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Youth Labor in TransitionInequalities, Mobility, and Policies in Europe$

Jacqueline O'Reilly, Janine Leschke, Renate Ortlieb, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, and Paola Villa

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190864798

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190864798.001.0001

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(p.xvii) Contributors

(p.xvii) Contributors

Source:
Youth Labor in Transition
Author(s):

Jacqueline O’Reilly

Janine Leschke

Renate Ortlieb

Martin Seeleib-Kaiser

Paola Villa

Publisher:
Oxford University Press

  • Mehtap Akgüç

    Centre for European Policy Studies

    Brussels, Belgium

  • Miroslav Beblavý

    Centre for European Policy Studies

    Brussels, Belgium

  • Adele Bergin

    Economic and Social Research Institute

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Gabriella Berloffa

    Department of Economics and Management

    University of Trento

    Trento, Italy

  • Werner Eichhorst

    Institute of Labor Economics

    Bonn, Germany

  • Marianna Filandri

    Department of Culture, Politics and Society

    University of Turin

    Turin, Italy

  • Mairéad Finn

    School of Social Work and Social Policy

    Trinity College Dublin

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Vladislav Flek

    Department of International Relations and European Studies

    Metropolitan University Prague

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Raffaele Grotti

    Economic and Social Research Institute

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Kari P. Hadjivassiliou

    Institute for Employment Studies

    Brighton, United Kingdom

  • Gábor Hajdu

    Institute for Sociology

    Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Budapest, Hungary

  • (p.xviii) Martin Hála

    Department of International Business

    Metropolitan University Prague

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Lucia Mýtna Kureková

    Slovak Governance Institute

    Bratislava, Slovakia

  • Janine Leschke

    Department of Business and Politics

    Copenhagen Business School

    Frederiksberg, Denmark

  • Massimiliano Mascherini

    European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Jaan Masso

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

    University of Tartu

    Tartu, Estonia

  • Eleonora Matteazzi

    Department of Sociology and Social Research

    University of Trento

    Trento, Italy

  • Gabriele Mazzolini

    Department of Economics, Quantitative Methods and Business Strategy

    University of Milan-Bicocca

    Milan, Italy

  • Fernanda Mazzotta

    Department of Economics and Statistics

    University of Salerno

    Salerno, Italy

  • Seamus McGuinness

    Economic and Social Research Institute

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Márton Medgyesi

    Institute for Sociology

    Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Budapest, Hungary

  • María González Menéndez

    Department of Sociology

    University of Oviedo

    Oviedo, Spain

  • Martina Mysíková

    Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Ildikó Nagy

    Institute for Sociology

    Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Budapest, Hungary

  • Tiziana Nazio

    Department of Culture, Politics and Society & Collegio Carlo Alberto

    University of Turin

    Turin, Italy

  • Jacqueline O’Reilly

    University of Sussex Business School for Legal Reasons

    University of Sussex

    Brighton, United Kingdom

  • Renate Ortlieb

    Department of Human Resource Management

    University of Graz

    Graz, Austria

  • Lavinia Parisi

    Department of Economics and Statistics

    University of Salerno

    Salerno, Italy

  • Maria Petmesidou

    Department of Social Administration and Political Science

    Democritus University of Thrace

    Thrace, Greece

  • (p.xix) Helen Russell

    Economic and Social Research Institute

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Alina Şandor

    Department of Economics and Management

    University of Trento

    Trento, Italy

  • Martin Seeleib-Kaiser

    Institute of Political Science

    University of Tübingen

    Tübingen, Germany

  • Maura Sheehan

    International Centre for Management and Governance Research

    Edinburgh Napier University

    Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Endre Sik

    TÁRKI Social Research Institute

    Budapest, Hungary

  • Mark Smith

    Department of People, Organizations and Society

    Grenoble School of Management

    Grenoble, France

  • Thees F. Spreckelsen

    Department of Social Policy and Intervention

    University of Oxford

    Oxford, United Kingdom

  • Arianna Tassinari

    Institute for Employment Studies

    Brighton, United Kingdom

  • Maryna Tverdostup

    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

    University of Tartu

    Tartu, Estonia

  • Kurt Vandaele

    European Trade Union Institute

    Brussels, Belgium

  • Paola Villa

    Department of Economics and Management

    University of Trento

    Trento, Italy

  • Silvana Weiss

    Department of Human Resource Management

    University of Graz

    Graz, Austria

  • Adele Whelan

    Economic and Social Research Institute

    Dublin, Ireland

  • Florian Wozny

    Institute of Labor Economics

    Bonn, Germany

  • Zuzana Žilinčíková

    Slovak Governance Institute

    Bratislava, Slovakia

  • Carolina V. Zuccotti

    Mighraion Policy Centre

    European University Institute

    Florence, Italy (p.xx)