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Dangers and pleasures: Drug attitudes and experiences among young people

20 December 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Margaretha Järvinen and Jeanette Østergaard.

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Taking a Chance: Sex, Alcohol and Acquaintance Rape

31 October 2011


Article by Marie Bruvik Heinskou and Jakob Demant.

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The flexibility of flexicurity: The Danish model reconsidered

28 October 2011

Article by Carsten Strøby Jensen.

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Bruno Latour: Hybrid Thoughts in a Hybrid World

07 October 2011


Anders Blok & Torben Elgaard Jensen.

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'The Best Drivers in the World': Drink-Driving and Risk Assessment

05 October 2011

Lars Fynbo & Margaretha Järvinen in British Journal of Criminology.

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Bargaining in the crisis

15 August 2011

The article analyses and compares the Danish and Swedish bargaining rounds in 2010 during the economic crisis.

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Isaiah Berlin: On the Sociology of Freedom

04 August 2011

 
Margareta Bertilsson in Sociological Insights of Great Thinkers, Sociology Through Literature, Philosophy, and Science. Christofer Edling & Jens Rydgren (Eds).

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Change and Continuity in Danish and Norwegian Capitalism: Corporatism and Beyond

02 August 2011

This contribution pays special attention to corporatism in a wider empirical comparative analysis of the state and development of capitalism in Denmark and Norway.

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Danish Sociology: The Fall and Rise of a National Sociology

02 August 2011

Kristoffer Kropp.

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Challenging Scandinavian employment relations: the effects of new public management reforms

29 July 2011

The paper examines recent new public management inspired reforms and discusses the consequenses and implications of their implementation in the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish public sector. 

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Følelser i ledelse

22 June 2011

Claus Elmholdt & Lene Tanggaard (eds.)
With contributions from, among others Poul Poder.

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Gender and Development+15 - from policy to practice

20 June 2011


A new issue of Women, Gender & Research

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Kön och organisation

06 June 2011

 

Mats Alvesson & Yvonne Due Billing.

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Are Women in Management Victims of the Phantom of the Male Norm?

11 May 2011

Yvonne Due Billing: Are Women in Management Victims of the Phantom of the Male Norm?


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Teacher's pet in trouble - A review of Danish policies during crisis

28 March 2011

The article analyses and discusses the current economic crisis in Denmark, its effects and the responses taken by government and social partners.

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The Transformation of Employment Relations in Scandinavia and Germany: Flexicurity Rules OK?

31 January 2011

Paper by Søren Kaj Andersen
The paper departs from the varieties of capitalism literature and discuss policy responses towards the crisis as well as more general trends of development in industrial relations systems in Denmark and Germany. Data on Sweden and Norway is included in order to embrace the broader Scandinavian development. We investigate and discuss how and if we should understand Denmark as a hybrid case; a specific blend of the coordinated market economy (CME) as well as the liberal market economy (LME). Fur...

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The Transformation of Employment Relations in Scandinavia and Germany: Flexicurity Rules OK?

31 January 2011

Artikel af Søren Kaj Andersen
The paper departs from the varieties of capitalism literature and discuss policy responses towards the crisis as well as more general trends of development in industrial relations systems in Denmark and Germany. Data on Sweden and Norway is included in order to embrace the broader Scandinavian development. We investigate and discuss how and if we should understand Denmark as a hybrid case; a specific blend of the coordinated market economy (CME) as well as the liberal market economy (LME). Fur...

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Sociologi - en grundbog til et fag

31 January 2011

Heine Andersen (ed.)

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Små og store forandringer

25 January 2011

Peter Gundelach (ed.)

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Nyt nummer af Kvinder, Køn & Forskning

17 December 2010

"Arbejdsmarked og ligeløn"

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Når medarbejdere håndterer hinandens følelser - om betydningen af kollegers ‘other emotion management'

15 December 2010

Poul Poder: Når medarbejdere håndterer hinandens følelser - om betydningen af kollegers ‘other emotion management'

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"Methadone Maintenance as Last Resort: A Social Phenomenology of a Drug Policy"

13 December 2010

Margaretha Järvinen and Gale Miller: "Methadone Maintenance as Last Resort: A Social Phenomenology of a Drug Policy

 

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Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions and decision-making arenas

08 December 2010

This first empirical research paper in the project Slowing Down Social Europe? analyses decision-making processes in the area of employee involvement.

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Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions and decision-making arenas

08 December 2010

I et nyt forskningsnotat under projektet Slowing Down Social Europe? analyseres beslutningsprocesser på EU-niveauet inden for medindflydelsesområdet.

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Nye artikler

03 December 2010

Nyt nr. af Samfundsøkonomen om fattigdom, redigeret af bl.a. Jørgen Elm Larsen og med bidrag fra bl.a. Jørgen Elm Larsen og Maja Müller.

 

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Flexicurity from the Individual's Work-Life Balance Perspective

26 November 2010

The article examines how the work and care strategies of workers with child- and eldercare responsibilities are affected by their working time arrangements.

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Employment Relations in Denmark

26 November 2010

Contribution about the development in employment relations in Denmark to the fifth edition of the anthology International and Comparative Employment Relations, edited by G. Bamber, R. Lansbury og N. Wailes.

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Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions and decision-making arenas

13 October 2010

The actors who want restrictions on the EU labour market regulation has in recent years been strenghtened. The purpose of the project Slowing down Social Europe? is to analize if the wheigtening between different types of regulations and their content has been affected by this strenghtening.    

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Striking a balance? Flexicurity and security in collective bargaining

16 September 2010

The article deals with the question of how collective bargaining contributes to the development of flexicurity in a European context.

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The common European flexicurity principles: How a fragile consensus was reached

07 September 2010

The article analyses the decision-making process underlying the adoption of common EU flexicurity principles.

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Nyt nummer af Kvinder, Køn & Forskning

07 September 2010

Kvinder, Køn & Forskning nr. 2-3 2010 "Intersectionalities at work: Concepts and Cases" er udkommet.

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Safety nets or straight jackets - the regulatory frameworks on working time in the Danish, German and American metal industries

02 July 2010

The article Safety nets or straight jackets was presented at the IIRA Regional Congress, June 28th to July 1st 2010, Copenhagen

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Strained compromises? Flexicurity during crisis

02 July 2010

Artiklen Strained compromises? Flexicurity during crisis blev præsenteret på IIRA Regional Congress, 28. juni-1. juli 2010, København.

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Strained compromises? Flexicurity during crisis

02 July 2010

The article Strained compromises? Flexicurity during crisis was presented at the IIRA Regional Congress, June 28th to July 1st 2010, Copenhagen

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The flip coin of organised decentralisation – company-level bargaining in the Danish industrial sector and its effects

02 July 2010

The article The flip coin of organised decentralisation - company-level bargaining in the Danish industrial sector and its effects was presented at the IIRA Regional Congress, June 28th to July 1st 2010, Copenhagen

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Responses to Growing Unemployment and Mismatch between Skills and Job Openings in EU Member States

24 May 2010

The paper Responses to Growing Unemployment and Mismatch between Skills and Job Openings in EU Member States was presented at a seminar in Beijing 20-21 May.

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Nyt nummer af Dansk Sociologi

14 May 2010

Der er udkommet et nyt nummer af tidsskriftet Dansk Sociologi.

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Negotiated Flexibility - Comparative Perspectives on Danish Employment Relations at Local and National Levels

13 April 2010

The PhD thesis discusses the Danish labour market regulation in international correlations. On the basis of comparative studies it argues for that the flexibility of the Danish labour market can be seen as a ‘negotiated flexibility'.

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Tackling Job-Losses - Varieties of European Responses

25 January 2010

The article presents facts on the unemployment in the EU, intiatives that curtail the unemployment - among these especially work-sharing - and the continued discussions on flexicurity.  

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Between trust and control: company-level bargaining on flexible working hours in the Danish and German metal industries

12 January 2010

This article argues that the social contracts at the Danish case companies allow a more efficient use of company-level agreements on flexible working hours than the social contracts at the German case companies.

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Ny udgave af Women, Gender and Research

04 December 2009

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Local Agreements as an Instrument for Improvement of Management-Employee Collaboration on Occupational Health and Safety

19 November 2009

The paper analyses and compares the negotiations and implementation of a number of agreements on health and safety organization in the private sector and in municipalities.

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Recent European Challenges and the Danish Collective Agreement Model

15 October 2009

This research paper examines a series of challenges facing the collective bargaining systems in Denmark, Estonia, Northern Ireland and Sweden.

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HRM and IR in multinational corporations in Denmark: uneasy bedfellows?

04 September 2009

Will the still stronger multinational corporations change the existing systems of industrial relations - directly or indirectly?

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Polonia in Copenhagen

28 August 2009

In a study by FAOS 500 Poles in Greater Copenhagen have been asked about their wages, working and living conditions.

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The accession migration into construction

28 August 2009

The mobility of labour and services across Europe in the wake of EU enlargement has exceeded predictions and expectations.

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Mechanisms of Intra-European Labour Mobility and Incorporation

24 August 2009

The paper uses the case of Polish labour on the Danish labour market to analyse mechanisms of intra-European mobility.

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Decentralisation of working hours in Denmark: a win-win situation for employers end employees?

24 August 2009

Collective bargaining on working hours has increasingly been decentralised in Denmark, leading to a large number of agreements on flexible working hours at company level. Recent case studies suggest that these agreements have improved the productivity of companies and the work-life balance for employees.

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Coalitions and the Decision Making Process on the Common Flexicurity Principles

22 July 2009

The paper analyses, inter alia,  to what extent the supporters of flexicurity, on the one hand, and the critical voices, on the other, influenced the outcome of the decision-making process of the common principles of flexicurity

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Delivering employability in a vanguard 'active' welfare state

20 July 2009

This paper traces the development, implementation and effectiveness of regional and local labour-market structures in Denmark.

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The implementation of the European Employment Strategy in Denmark, the UK, Spain and Poland

11 May 2009

In the mid1990s, European member states decided to coordinate their national employment policies through a common European Employment Strategy (EES).

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Flexicurity and Collective Bargaining - Balancing Acts across Sectors and Countries

15 April 2009

A new study finds that collective agreements in especially Denmark, but also the UK contribute to flexicurity whereas the Spanish agreements do this to a lesser extent.

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