- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- List of Appendices
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Annexes
- List of Contributors
- 1 Unemployment protection and labour market change in Europe: towards ‘triple integration’?
- 2 The United Kingdom: towards a single working-age benefit system
- 3 France: integration versus dualization
- 4 Germany: moving towards integration whilst maintaining segmentation
- 5 The Netherlands: two tiers for all
- 6 Belgium: a precursor muddling through?
- 7 Switzerland: a latecomer catching up?1
- 8 Italy: limited adaptation of an atypical system
- 9 Spain: fragmented unemployment protection in a segmented labour market1
- 10 Denmark: ambiguous modernization of an inclusive unemployment protection system
- 11 Sweden: ambivalent adjustment
- 12 Hungary: fiscal pressures and a rising resentment against the (idle) poor1
- 13 The Czech Republic: activation, diversification, and marginalization1
- 14 Quantity over quality? A European comparison of the changing nature of transitions between non-employment and employment
- 15 Tracking caseloads: the changing composition of working-age benefit receipt in Europe
- 16 Active labour market policy in a changing economic context.1
- 17 The transformation of unemployment protection in Europe
- A. Statistical Annex
- B. Caseload Annex
- Regulating the Risk of Unemployment
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