Emanuele Ferragina
Emanuele Ferragina
Professor of Sociology Sciences Po Paris & Associate Member DPSI University of Oxford
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Thematic Review: Welfare regime debate: past, present, futures?
E Ferragina, M Seeleib-Kaiser
Policy & Politics 39 (4), 583-611, 2011
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
Family policy in high-income countries: Five decades of development
M Daly, E Ferragina
Journal of European Social Policy 28 (3), 255-270, 2018
The “eye of the hurricane” paradox: an unexpected and unequal rise of well-being during the Covid-19 lockdown in France
E Recchi, E Ferragina, E Helmeid, S Pauly, M Safi, N Sauger, J Schradie
Research in social stratification and mobility 68, 100508, 2020
Social Capital and Equality: Tocqueville's Legacy: Rethinking social capital in relation with income inequalities
E Ferragina
The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville 31 (1), 73-98, 2010
The rise and fall of social capital: requiem for a theory?
E Ferragina, A Arrigoni
Political Studies Review 15 (3), 355-367, 2017
The four worlds of ‘welfare reality’–social risks and outcomes in Europe
E Ferragina, M Seeleib-Kaiser, T Spreckelsen
Social Policy and Society 14 (2), 287-307, 2015
Social capital in Europe: A comparative regional analysis
E Ferragina
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012
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
Does family policy influence women’s employment?: Reviewing the evidence in the field
E Ferragina
Political Studies Review 17 (1), 65-80, 2019
Social Innovation on the Rise: yet another buzzword in a time of austerity?
F Grisolia, E Farragina
Social Innovation on the Rise: yet another buzzword in a time of austerity …, 2015
The socio-economic determinants of social capital and the mediating effect of history: Making Democracy Work revisited
E Ferragina
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 54 (1), 48-73, 2013
Family policy and women's employment outcomes in 45 high‐income countries: A systematic qualitative review of 238 comparative and national studies
E Ferragina
Social Policy & Administration 54 (7), 1016-1066, 2020
Poverty, participation and choice
E Ferragina, M Tomlinson, R Walker
The legacy of Peter Townsend. Joseph Rowntree Foundation: York, 2013
The welfare state and social capital in Europe: Reassessing a complex relationship
E Ferragina
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 58 (1), 55-90, 2017
The never-ending debate about The moral basis of a backward society: Banfield and ‘amoral familism’
E Ferragina
Journal of Anthropological Society of Oxford 1 (2), 141-160, 2009
Social capital and equality: Tocqueville's legacy
E Ferragina
LIS Working Paper Series, 2009
The political economy of family policy expansion: Fostering neoliberal capitalism or promoting gender equality supporting social reproduction?
E Ferragina
Review of International Political Economy 26 (6), 1238-1265, 2019
Living through lockdown: Social inequalities and transformations during the COVID-19 crisis in France
E Recchi, E Ferragina, O Godechot, E Helmeid, S Pauly, M Safi, N Sauger, ...
Sciences Po, 2020
The unexpected decline in feelings of depression among adults ages 50 and older in 11 European countries amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Z Van Winkle, E Ferragina, E Recchi
Socius 7, 23780231211032741, 2021
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