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    • Canonica, Alan (2020)
      Unter dem Gesichtspunkt eines klassischen Kosten-­Nutzen-Kalküls scheint es für Arbeitgeber wenig profitabel, Arbeitskräfte mit Leistungseinschränkungen zu beschäftigen. Weshalb tun sie es trotzdem? Die Studie geht dieser ...
    • Jordan, Kirrily (2016)
      The end of the very long-standing Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) scheme in 2015 marked a critical juncture in Australian Indigenous policy history. For more than 30 years, CDEP had been among the biggest ...
    • Boland, Tom; Griffin, Ray (2021)
      "Chapter 1 available Open Access via OAPEN under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Western culture has ‘faith’ in the labour market as a test of the worth of each individual. For those who are out of work, welfare is now less of a ...
    • Baines, Susan; Bassi, Andrea; Csoba, Judit; Flórián, Sipos (2019)
      "Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. The turn towards a Social Investment approach to welfare implies deploying resources to enhance human capital and mobilise the productive potential of citizens, starting in ...
    • Bassi, Andrea; Baines, Susan; Csoba, Judit; Flórián , Sipos (2019)
      "Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. The turn towards a Social Investment approach to welfare implies deploying resources to enhance human capital and mobilise the productive potential of citizens, starting in ...
    • Boland, Tom; Griffin, Ray (2021)
      "Chapter 3 available Open Access via OAPEN under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Western culture has ‘faith’ in the labour market as a test of the worth of each individual. For those who are out of work, welfare is now less of a ...
    • Baines, Susan; Bassi, Andrea; Csoba, Judit; Sipos, Flórián (2019)
      The turn towards a Social Investment approach to welfare implies deploying resources to enhance human capital and mobilise the productive potential of citizens, starting in early childhood. This edited collection brings ...
    • Boland, Tom; Griffin, Ray (2021)
      "Western culture has ‘faith’ in the labour market as a test of the worth of each individual. For those who are out of work, welfare is now less of a support than a means of purification and redemption. Continuously reformed ...