Professor Bernhard Ebbinghaus: List of publications

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The Politics of Post-Industrial Welfare States

The Privatization and Marketization of Pensions in Europe: A Double Transformation Facing the Crisis

Multipillarisation remodelled: the role of interest organizations in British and German pension reforms

Privatisierung und Vermarktlichung der Altersvorsorge: Eingetrübte Aussichten des deutschen Mehrsäulenmodells

Class, Union, or Party Allegiance? Comparing Pension Reform Preferences in Britain and Germany

Conclusion: The Influence from Below—How Organized Interests and Public Attitudes Shape Welfare State Reforms in Europe

Introduction: Analysing Organized Interests and Public Opinion Towards Welfare Reforms

The Popularity of Pension and Unemployment Policies Revisited: The Erosion of Public Support in Britain and Germany

Welfare State Reforms Seen from Below

Making Deservingness of the Unemployed Conditional: Changes in Public Support for the Conditionality of Unemployment Benefits

Paid Work Beyond Pension Age: Comparative Perspectives

The New Pension Mix in Europe

Demographic Ageing and Pension Reforms in Europe: Problems of Economic, Social and Political Sustainability

Pushed out prematurely? Comparing objectively forced exits and subjective assessments of involuntary retirement across Europe

Karl Hinrichs and Matteo Jessoula (eds.) (2012), Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms: Flexible Today, Secure Tomorrow? Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. £63.00, pp. 280, hbk.

Welfare Retrenchment

Reversing early retirement in advanced welfare economies a paradigm shift to overcome push and pull factors

Global Social Policy Digest

Governing pension fund capitalism in times of uncertainty

Securing pensions for the next fifty years: Varieties of pension governance under pressure: Funded pensions in Western Europe

Shifting responsibilities in Western European pension systems: What future for social models?

Varieties of Pension Governance under Pressure: Funded Pensions in Western Europe

Varieties of Pension Governance under Pressure: Funded Pensions in Western Europe

Europe’s Transformations Towards a Renewed Pension System

James W. Russell (2011), Double Standard: Social Policy in Europe and the United States, 2nd edn. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. £16.95, pp. 195, pbk.

The role of trade unions in European pension reforms: From 'old' to 'new' politics?

Introduction: Causes, consequences and cures of union decline

Social capital, 'ghent' and workplace contexts matter: Comparing union membership in europe

Preface

Germany: Departing from Bismarckian Public Pensions

Introduction: Studying Pension Privatization in Europe

The Changing Public–Private Pension Mix in Europe: From Path Dependence to Path Departure

The Governance and Regulation of Private Pensions in Europe

The Public–Private Pension Mix and Old Age Income Inequality in Europe

The Varieties of Pension Governance

Taming pension fund capitalism in Europe: collective and state regulation in times of crisis

Reforming the Bismarckian Welfare Systems - Edited by Bruno Palier and Claude Martin

Crisis and reform of old-age pension schemes in Europe

Book Review: Varieties of Capitalism and Europeanization: National Response Strategies to the Single European Market

Reforming Early Retirement in Europe, Japan and the USA

The Politics of Pension Reform: Managing Interest Group Conflicts

Late careers and career exits in Hungary

Transformationen des Kapitalismus: Festschrift für Wolfgang Streeck zum sechzigsten Geburtstag

When Less is More

When less is more - Selection problems in large-N and small-N cross-national comparisons

European rigidity versus American flexibility? The institutional adaptability of collective bargaining

European Rigidity Versus American Flexibility? The Institutional Adaptability of Collective Bargaining

Where are national capitalisms now?

An empirical analysis of early retirement. Switzerland in an international comparison.

Can Path Dependence Explain Institutional Change? Two Approaches Applied to Welfare State Reform

Welfare and Employment in a United Europeedited by Giuseppe Bertola, Tito Boeri, and Guiseppe Nicoletti

Dinosaurier der Dienstleistungsgesellschaft? Der Mitgliederschwund deutscher Gewerkschaften im historischen und internationalen Vergleich

Guillén, Mauro F.: The limits of convergence. Globalization and organizational change in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain

Jens Alber und Martin Schölkopf: Seniorenpolitk. Die soziale Lage älterer Menschen in Deutschland und Europa

Striking deals: Concertation in the reform of continental European welfare states

When institutions matter: Union growth and decline in Western Europe, 1950-1995

Europe Through the Looking-Glass: Comparative and Multi-Level Perspectives

Europe Through the Looking-Glass: Comparative and Multi-Level Perspectives

The siamese twins: Citizenship rights, cleavage formation, and party-union relations in Western Europe

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