Negotiate Overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe

Working papers

NEGOTIATE working paper series disseminates research from the ongoing project. The working papers provide a conceptual and empirical basis for scientific discussions and policy making. The NEGOTIATE working paper series constitute work in progress and the papers are published to stimulate discussion and contribute to the advancement of knowledge on different aspects of overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe. Papers in the series will be made available online consecutively.

2017

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 8.3: “The strengths and weaknesses of policy coordination and policy outcomes in a system of multi-level governance: A comparative analysis”: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_no_D8.3

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 6.4: “Youth unemployment and stigmatization across Europe: A comparative analysis”: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_no_D6.4

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 5.4: “Negotiating transitions to adulthood in economic hard times”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_Working_Paper_no_D5.4_August2017

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 4.5: “Consequences of early job insecurity and the role of the welfare state”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working_Paper_no D4.5_08_17

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 7.3: “Explaining employers’ hiring decisions:
A comparative study of employers’ risk assessment”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_D7.3

Working paper No. 6.3: “Understanding cross-country variation in the long-term consequences of graduating at a bad time: A comparison of five European countries”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_6.3

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 8.2: “Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Comparing policy coordination in nine European countries”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working paper_8.2

National Reports:
D8.2_Country_Report_Switzerland
D8.2_Czech_National_report
D8.2_Norway_National_report
D8.2_Country_report_Greece
D 8.2_YG implementation Germany
D8_2_Country_report_UK

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 5.3: “An interview study of early job insecurity and consequences for the transition to adulthood”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_5.3

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 5.2: “Negotiating private life: consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion for household and family formation”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE_working_paper_5.2

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 4.4: “Youth unemployment and the consequences for life satisfaction and social trust in seven European countries”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper 4.4

2016

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 4.3: “Understanding the subjective consequences of early job insecurity in Europe”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper 4.3

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 7.2: “Understanding unemployment scars: A vignette Experiment of employers’ decisions in Bulgaria, Greece, Norway and Switzerland”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE Working paper 7.2

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 3.4: “Institutional determinants of early job insecurity in nine European countries” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D3.4

National Reports:
WP 3.4 Country Report Switzerland
WP 3.4_CZ_National report
WP 3.4_Country report Norway
WP 3.4_Spain_National report
WP3_4_Country_report_UK

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 6.2: “Explaining consequences of employment insecurity: The dynamics of scarring in the United Kingdom, Poland and Norway” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D6.2

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 5.1: “Are recessions good for human capital accumulation?” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D5.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 3.3: “The role of the economic crisis in determining the degree of early job insecurity in Europe”
Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D3.3

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 8.1: “Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Analyzing linkages between horizontal and vertical policy coordination”
Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D8.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 4.2: “The effects of the economic crisis on drug consumption of young individuals in Europe – unemployment, drugs and attitudes among European youth”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper no D4.2

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 6.1: “Methodological challenges in the study of scarring effects of early job insecurity”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D6.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 3.2: “The careers of young people in Europe during the economic crisis: Identifying risk factors”. Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper D3.2

2015

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 2.1: “Understanding the consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion. The interaction of structural conditions, institutions, active agency and capability.” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper no D2.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 3.1: “Indicators and data sources to measure patterns of labour market entry across Europe”.  Download paper: NEGOTIAE working paper no D3.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 4.1: “Permanent and transitory earnings inequality of young people in Europe” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper no D4.1

NEGOTIATE Working paper No. 7.1: “Studying employers´risk assessment and the role of institutions, and experimental design” Download paper: NEGOTIATE working paper no D7.1

 

 

 

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