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In particular, children and young people are confronted with the harsh consequences of a "new poverty" in the contemporary era. ... Key youth studies have shown a growing fear of the future among young people – especially with regard to the threat of unemployment and poverty. ... We are very pleased to offer the SW&S readers a great selection of international prominent authors and assume that thereby this SW&S Special Issue on Marginalized Youth will forward the critical discussions ...doaj:9b27b6fe9cf9468aa410abb40f4f57f3 fatcat:4vcrygy4affslig32r26lugz2u
Acknowledgments We would like to thank Kurt Kratena (Austrian Institute of Economic Research) for his useful advice and his support in guest-editing this special issue. ... Furthermore we want to thank Nadine Fetzer who also contributed to this special issue during her stay as a Junior Fellow at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research. ... Four of the conference papers are now published in this special issue of Empirica, comprising a wide range of relevant modelling approaches briefly sketched in this introduction. ...doi:10.1007/s10663-014-9269-8 fatcat:i43fja7zkvcdnkmdy3fvmzkhle
But with favoritism, corruption, and the power of special interests in the headlines, the idea deserves broader attention. In this special issue of Public Choice we commemorate Tullock's insight. ... Contributors examine the making of this classic piece and its effect on economic theory, empirical analysis, and economic teaching. ... Acknowledgements I am grateful to William Shughart for indulging me with this special issue and for helping me execute it. ...doi:10.1007/s11127-019-00646-y fatcat:ysy33bcadnbcdclmrvjpsk3lh4
In this introduction to the special issue, we review the various debates spurred by Esping-Andersen's The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. ... We conclude that Three Worlds has become a classic that is likely to continue to have a major influence on welfare state research in its next 25 years. ... We address these questions in this introduction to the special issue celebrating the 25 years of Three Worlds. ...doi:10.1177/0958928714556966 fatcat:nvgqwfa3qzahroumqh5lvoc4hm
A number of very interesting papers were presented on that occasion and their authors were invited to participate in this special issue. ... Theory is usually developed in highly developed areas and this is part of what makes them the core regions in the academic division of labour. ...doi:10.12681/grsr.9566 fatcat:tlnw2nnubrcytglbyzxs4xmr6e
The five articles presented in this special issue address the issue of gendered labor market (dis)advantages in Nordic countries from several vantage points, focusing on both on 'traditional' questions ... She characterized women-friendly societies as those that 'would not force harder choices on women than on men' (ibid., 15), particularly in relation to work and care. ... The five articles in this special issue demonstrate how the remaining inequalities partly relate to the structures of the welfare state assumed as women-friendly. ...doi:10.18291/njwls.129190 fatcat:lk4364ykurdbjpuaxiibskqcvu
MF): We would like to know what influences attracted you to economics in general, and social choice theory and welfare economics in particular early on. ... We understand that, as an undergraduate student, you did not have much exposure to microeconomic theory as we think of it now, much less to social choice theory and welfare economics. ... , and in the arena of welfare economics and social choice theory, on the other. ...doi:10.1007/s00355-014-0827-6 fatcat:aj7pdyyg45a7pd3l3ut6wo6nqe
Sofern die Verfasser die Dokumente unter Open-Content-Lizenzen (insbesondere CC-Lizenzen) zur Verfügung gestellt haben sollten, gelten abweichend von diesen Nutzungsbedingungen die in der dort genannten ... Sen's Collective Choice and Social Welfare (1970) represents, however, the first influential attempt to reintroduce interpersonal comparisons in social choice theory. ... As noted below (Part 2), this issue is central in Sen's writings, appearing in most of his contributions being that social choice theory, theory of justice, development economics, or economic philosophy ...doi:10.1017/s1053837211000216 fatcat:sbvl65w62besljw2ym5ioiyzyi
This contribution offers an introduction to the Special Issue 'Rethinking the European Social Market Economy'. ... It sketches the meaning and development of the social market economy concept, and introduces the key questions underlying this Special Issue and the contributions included in it. ... Rethinking the European Social Market Economy: Introduction to the Special Issue ...doi:10.1111/jcms.12820 fatcat:56thpotfobbajp6k6kq5vhwsby
Cities in the 21st century are magnets for people and business [...] ... Funding: There was no external funding for this editorial introduction. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ... theory (based on what residents want), discrete choice theory (based on binary choices), contingent valuation theory (based on truly valuable attributes of a city), or urban happiness theory (based on ...doi:10.3390/su132212817 fatcat:4ayxs7fudrh73akarljtfubjwu
Social Work Education Reporter
Undergraduate Social Welfare Curriculum Objec- tives: 1. To sensitize the student to selected major prob- lems and issues. 2. ... This is new course con- tent for the undergraduate program at San Diego State College and is equivalent to the material on human be- havior and social environment taught in most graduate shools of social ...
This review article and special issue introduction argues that studying the relationship between the populist radical right and the welfare state requires bridging literatures that have so far advanced ... The article illustrates the advantages of bridging these literatures through the empirical contributions in this special issue and concludes with avenues of future research. ... We are also grateful to Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen for her thoughtful comments helping to carve out the key contributions of this special issue. ...doi:10.1080/01402382.2021.1925421 fatcat:julxls5mzrbxpdk2c37l2r2ubq
Sen's Collective Choice and Social Welfare (1970) represents, however, the first influential attempt to reintroduce interpersonal comparisons in social choice theory. ... As noted below (Part 2), this issue is central in Sen's writings, appearing in most of his contributions being that social choice theory, theory of justice, development economics, or economic philosophy ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.1772751 fatcat:isiaqnbacbaahhelrwxo3akd2a
Sex Roles & Women’s Issues Serials 17290. Axinn, June M. & Hirsch, Amy E. (U Pennsylvania, School of Social Work, Philadelphia) Welfare and the “reform” of women. Special Issue: Family poverty. ... (German Armed Forces Inst for Social Research, Munich, Germany) On the psychoiogy of the “nation.” Special Issue: National consciousness. Ricerche di Psi- cologia, 1992, Vol 16(4), 107-119. ...
(Augsberg Coll, MN) The homeless in the United States: S, and interventions. Special Issue: The new reality of poverty and social work interventions. ... (Tulane U, LA) Unhousing the urban poor: The Reagan Special Issue: The Reagan legacy and the American welfare state. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 1992(Mar), Vol 19(1), 111-147. ...
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