New TRANSWEL Working Paper on Mobile EU Citizens’ Access to Social Security Rights in the Context of European Social Security Coordination

A new TRANSWEL working paper by researchers Florian Zabransky and PL Anna Amelina addresses the current debate around equality in access to social rights among mobile EU citizens. Project TRANSWEL analyses the social rights of EU citizens from the new EU member states who move to live and/or work in the old member states. Empirically, … More New TRANSWEL Working Paper on Mobile EU Citizens’ Access to Social Security Rights in the Context of European Social Security Coordination

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Special Issue – “Rethinking Integration. New perspectives on Adaptation and Settlement in the Era of Super-diversity”

The Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies has published a Special Issue on “Rethinking Integration. New perspectives on Adaptation and Settlement in the Era of Super-diversity”. The issue sheds new light on the question of integration addessing a range of diverse issues such as legal status diversity, tansition experiences, adaptation, settlement, spatial integration, and diasporic … More Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Special Issue – “Rethinking Integration. New perspectives on Adaptation and Settlement in the Era of Super-diversity”

New 4Is Working Paper: “Women in Top Incomes – Evidence from Sweden 1974 – 2013”

While the research into top incomes has been growing in recent years, one dimension has often been overlooked: The share of women across top income groups. A new 4Is working paper authored by Anne Boschini, Kristin Gunnarsson and Jesper Roine takes a look at exactly this group in order to explore the gender dimension of … More New 4Is Working Paper: “Women in Top Incomes – Evidence from Sweden 1974 – 2013”

Susanne Schmidt and Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen (TransJudFare) Contribute to EUDO CITIZENSHIP Forum Debate “Should EU Citizenship be Duty-free?”

TransJudFare Project Leader Susanne Schmidt and Princial Investigator Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen have contributed two opinion pieces on a EUDO CITIZENSHIP forum debate on the question of whether EU citizenship should be duty-free. Project TransJudFare deals with two challenges for welfare states in the (EU): the transnationalization of citizenship and welfare rights and the judicialization of … More Susanne Schmidt and Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen (TransJudFare) Contribute to EUDO CITIZENSHIP Forum Debate “Should EU Citizenship be Duty-free?”

New WSF Working Papers by Projects 4Is and UPWEB

The WSF Working Paper Series has been expanded by five new working papers by project 4Is and UPWEB. The paper by 4Is researchers Ohto Kanninen and Daniel Mahler entitled The Value Function with Life Satisfaction Data deals with a well-known behavioural economic theory that has been developed by nobel laureates Daniel Kahnemann and Amos Tversky … More New WSF Working Papers by Projects 4Is and UPWEB