Sökning: "Labour market inclusion"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 23 avhandlingar innehållade orden Labour market inclusion.
Sammanfattning : The thesis aims to discuss if activation policies can support the inclusion of immigrant women and men into the Swedish labour market.A paradigmatic change in welfare policies has taken place in Europe during the last decade with the shift from welfare to workfare or activation policies. LÄS MER
2. Funktionshindrad - med rätt till arbete? En komparativ studie av arbetsrättsliga regleringar kring arbete och funktionshinder i Sverige, England och Tyskland
Sammanfattning : This doctoral thesis examines labour market legislation on disability and work in Sweden, England and Germany. In order to provide increased access to the labour market for people with disabilities all three studies countries have undertaken more of less far-reaching legislative measures over a number of decades, both in line with, or as a result of, general labour and employment legislation, but also as more specific parts of the labour market regulation. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The dissertation analyzes labour market projects co-financed by the European Social Fund (ESF) targeting unemployed migrants and ethnicized groups. The analysis is qualitative, discourse-oriented and based on Foucault’s concept of governmentality. LÄS MER
4. Governing Migration : On the Emergence and Effects of Policies Related to the Settlement and Inclusion of Refugees
Sammanfattning : This thesis consists of the following papers: In Paper I, I investigate the causal relationship between seat majorities for mainstream parties and refugee reception policy in Swedish municipalities. In conclusion, I ﬁnd that the link between political seat majorities and refugee reception is of an associative rather than a causal nature. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : All three essays in this thesis are concerned with the interrelation of family, gender and labour market outcomes. The first paper investigates family earnings mobility between parents and sons, and parents and daughters, highlighting the role of assortative mating. The results suggest that daughters are more mobile than sons. LÄS MER