Working Papers

The WSF Working Paper Series periodically publishes working papers that highlight the findings of its research. It disseminates the interdisciplinary Welfare State Futures research and is intended to stimulate discussion within the field. The working papers constitute work in progress. The papers are published electronically and are available online. For a pdf version of the research click on the appropriate report of interest.

4Is

#3/2017 (May 2017) – Ohto Kanninen and Daniel Mahler: The Value Function with Life
Satisfaction Data

#2/2017 (April 2017) – Daniel Stegmueller: The Dynamics of Income Expectations and Redistribution Preferences

#1/2017 (January 2017) – Linna Marten: Demand for Redistribution: Individuals‘ Response to Economic Setbacks

#5/2016 (October 2016) – H. Xavier Jara and Erik Schokkaert: Putting Subjective Well-being to Use for Ex-ante Policy Evaluation

#4/2016 (September 2016) – Anja Neundorf and Charlotte Cavaille: The Price of Sharing: Support for Universal and Equal Access to Health Care in Diversifying Neighborhoods

#3/2016 (August 2016) – Spencer Bastani, Ylva Moberg and Håkan Selin: The Anatomy of the Extensive Margin Labor Supply Response

#2/2016 (July 2016) – Silvia Avram, Mike Brewer and Andrea Salvatori: Can’t Work or Won’t Work: Quasi-Experimental Evidence on Work Search Requirements for Single Parents

#1/2016 (April 2016) – Kaisa Kotakorpia and Jani-Petri Laamanenby: Prefi…lled Income Tax Returns and Tax Compliance: Evidence From a Natural Experiment

GIWeS

#1/2015 (June 2015) – Erling Barth, Henning Finseraas, Kalle Moene and Kjersti M. Østbakken: Insurance or Redistribution Motives? Behaviors and Beliefs in the Welfare State

GlobLabWS

#1/2017 (May 2017) – Hassan Molana, Catia Montagna and George E. Onwordi: Reforming the Liberal Welfare State. International Shocks, Unemployment and Household Income Shares

#1/2016 (November 2016) – Holger Görg, Philipp Henze, Viroj Jienwatcharamongkhol, Daniel Kopasker, Hassan Molana, Catia Montagna and Fredrik Sjöholm: Firm Size Distribution and Employment Fluctuations: Theory and Evidence

TransJudFare

#1/2016 (February 2016) – Gareth Davies: Migrant Union Citizens and Social Assistance: Trying to Be Reasonable About Self-Sufficiency

TRANSWEL

#1/2017 (June 2017) – Jana Fingarova: Intra-EU Mobility and Portability of Social Security Rights between Bulgaria and Germany: Formal Regulations and Barriers to Mobile Bulgarians 

#1/2016 (December 2016) – Emma Carmel, Bożena Sojka with Kinga Papież: Free to Move, Right to Work, Entitled to Claim? Governing Social Security Portability for Mobile Europeans

UPWEB

#4/2017 – Beatriz Padilla, Vera Rodrigues and Tiago Chaves: Typologies and Logics of Welfare Bricolage in Portugal: Lisbon Case Study

#3/2017 – Hannah Bradby and Sarah Hamed: Typologies and Logics of Welfare Bricolage in Sweden: Uppsala Case Study

#2/2017 – Simon Pemberton and Arshad Isakjee: Typologies and Logics of Welfare Bricolage in the UK

#1/2017 – Arshad Isakjee: Welfare State Regimes: A Literature Review

#4/2016 – Jenny Phillimore with Franziska Klaas, Beatriz Padilla, Sonia Hernández-Plaza and Vera Rodrigues: Adaptation of Health Services to Diversity: An Overview of Approaches

#3/2016 – Jenny Phillimore, Rachel Humphries, Franziska Klaas and Michi Knecht: Bricolage: Potential as a Conceptual Tool for Understanding Access to Welfare in Superdiverse Neighbourhoods

#2/2016 – Simon Pemberton and Rachel Humphris: Locality, Neighbourhood and Health:
A Literature Review

#1/2016 – Hannah Bradby and Tilman Brand: Dimensions of Diversity: Terminology
in Health Research

WelfSOC

#1/2016 (November 2016) – Peter Taylor-Gooby, Benjamin Leruth and Heejung Chung: Welfare State Futures, Prospects and Cuts: Using Democratic Forums to Investigate Attitudes to Welfare