Martin Seeleib-Kaiser
Martin Seeleib-Kaiser
Institute of Political Science, University of Tübingen & DSPI, University of Oxford
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The age of dualization: the changing face of inequality in deindustrializing societies
P Emmenegger, S Häusermann, B Palier, M Seeleib-Kaiser
OUP USA, 2012
6392012
Economic globalization and the welfare state in affluent democracies, 1975–2001
D Brady, J Beckfield, M Seeleib-Kaiser
American Sociological Review 70 (6), 921-948, 2005
3692005
Thematic Review: Welfare regime debate: past, present, futures?
E Ferragina, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Policy & Politics 39 (4), 583-611, 2011
2572011
The dual transformation of the German welfare state
P Bleses, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Palgrave Macmillan, 2004
2232004
Welfare state transformations in comparative perspective: shifting boundaries of ‘public’and ‘private’social policy?
M Seeleib-Kaiser
Welfare state transformations, 1-13, 2008
1862008
Discourse, learning and welfare state change: the case of German labour market reforms
M Seeleib‐Kaiser, T Fleckenstein
Social Policy & Administration 41 (5), 427-448, 2007
1642007
Globalisierung und Sozialpolitik: ein Vergleich der Diskurse und Wohlfahrtssysteme in Deutschland, Japan und den USA
M Seeleib-Kaiser
Campus Verlag, 2001
1522001
A dual transformation of the German welfare state?
M Seeleib-Kaiser
West European Politics 25 (4), 25-48, 2002
1252002
How we grow unequal
P Emmenegger, S Häusermann, B Palier, M Seeleib-Kaiser
The age of dualization: The changing face of inequality in deindustrializing …, 2012
1232012
Party Politics and social welfare: comparing Christian and social democracy in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands
M Seeleib-Kaiser, S Van Dyk, M Roggenkamp
Comparing Christian and social democracy in Austria, Germany and the …, 2008
87*2008
Zum Wandel wohlfahrtsstaatlicher Sicherung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Zwischen Lohnarbeit und Familie
P Bleses, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Zeitschrift für Soziologie 28 (2), 114-135, 1999
79*1999
Determinants of a silent (r) evolution: Understanding the expansion of family policy in rich OECD countries
E Ferragina, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 22 (1), 1-37, 2015
752015
The dual transformation of social protection and human capital: Comparing Britain and Germany
T Fleckenstein, AM Saunders, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Comparative Political Studies 44 (12), 1622-1650, 2011
732011
Neubeginn oder Ende der Sozialdemokratie?
M Seeleib-Kaiser
Politische Vierteljahresschrift 43 (3), 478-496, 2002
712002
Shifting the public-private mix
M Seeleib-Kaiser, A Saunders, M Naczyk, P Emmenegger
The age of dualization: The changing face of inequality in deindustrializing …, 2012
702012
Business, skills and the welfare state: the political economy of employment-oriented family policy in Britain and Germany
T Fleckenstein, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Journal of European Social Policy 21 (2), 136-149, 2011
592011
The political economy of occupational family policies: Comparing workplaces in Britain and Germany
M Seeleib‐Kaiser, T Fleckenstein
British Journal of Industrial Relations 47 (4), 741-764, 2009
572009
Unemployment protection and family policy at the turn of the 21st century: a dynamic approach to welfare regime theory
E Ferragina, M Seeleib‐Kaiser, M Tomlinson
Social Policy & Administration 47 (7), 783-805, 2013
542013
Sozial-und Wirtschaftspolitik unter Rot-Grün
Springer-Verlag, 2003
49*2003
Between reforms and birth rates: Germany, Japan, and family policy discourse
M Seeleib-Kaiser, T Toivonen
Social Politics 18 (3), 331-360, 2011
462011
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