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See detailFamilien am Rande der Erwerbsgesellschaft Erwerbsrisiken und soziale Sicherung familiärer Risikogruppen im europäischen Vergleich
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Bahle, Thomas; Göbel, Claudia

Book published by Nomos/Stigma Edition (2015)

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See detailReforming Welfare States and Changing Capitalism: Institutional Change and Reversing Early Retirement Regimes in Europe
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Hofäcker, Dirk

in O Riain, Sian; Behling, Felix; Ciccia, Rossella (Eds.) et al The Changing Worlds and Workplaces of Capitalism (2015)

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See detailMachtressourcentheorie und Korporatismusansatz
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Wenzelburger, Georg; Zohlnhöfer, Reimut (Eds.) Handbuch Policy-Forschung (2015)

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See detailPeter A. Hall & David Soskice, Varieties of Capitalism: The Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Balla, Steven; Lodge, Martin; Page, Edward (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Classics in Public Policy and Administration (2015)

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See detailWelfare retrenchment
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Wright, J.D. (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2015)

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See detailDemografische Alterung und Reformen der Alterssicherung in Europa – Probleme der ökonomischen, sozialen und politischen Nachhaltigkeit
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (KZfSS) (2015), (67), 325-348

Die demografische Alterung gilt als eine der langfristigen Herausforderungen für die Alterssicherung in Europa, insbesondere für den Generationenvertrag staatlicher Rentensysteme. In einer vergleichenden ... [more ▼]

Die demografische Alterung gilt als eine der langfristigen Herausforderungen für die Alterssicherung in Europa, insbesondere für den Generationenvertrag staatlicher Rentensysteme. In einer vergleichenden makro-soziologischen Analyse werden die demografische Entwicklung, politischen Restriktionen und sozialpolitischen Reformdynamiken in Europa untersucht. Alle europäischen Gesellschaften werden aufgrund demografischer Alterung langfristig Nachhaltigkeitsprobleme der Alterssicherung haben. Trotz zahlreicher Reformen unterscheiden sich die europäischen Sozialstaaten jedoch im Zeitpunkt des Renteneintritts sowie dem Ausmaß umlagefinanzierter Alterssicherung. Der Vergleich von zehn europä- ischen Sozialstaaten zeigt die Unterschiede in der Umkehrung der Frühverrentung und der Verlagerung auf kapitalgedeckte Altersvorsorge. Neben der finanziellen Nachhaltigkeit verweist der Beitrag jedoch auch auf weitere Nachhaltigkeitsprobleme, insbesondere der sozialen Ungleichheit und politischen Durchsetzbarkeit, die es neben der demografischen Herausforderung zu bewältigen gilt [less ▲]

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See detail“The Privatization and Marketization of Pensions in Europe: A Double Transformation Facing the Crisis
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in European Policy Analysis (2015), 1(1), 56-73

In response to the demographic challenges and fiscal constraints, many European welfare states have moved toward the privatization and marketization of pensions in order to improve their financial ... [more ▼]

In response to the demographic challenges and fiscal constraints, many European welfare states have moved toward the privatization and marketization of pensions in order to improve their financial sustainability. The privatization of retirement income responsibility has led to a shift from dominantly public pensions to a multipillar architecture with growing private pillars composed of personal, firm‐based or collectively negotiated pension arrangements. At the same time, marketization has led to the introduction and expansion of prefunded pension savings based on financial investments as well as stronger reliance of market‐logic principles in the remaining public pay‐as‐you‐go pensions. However, there are also important cross‐national variations in the speed, scope, and structural outcome of the privatization and marketization of European pension systems. Liberal market economies, but also some coordinated market economies (the Netherlands and Switzerland) as well as the Nordic countries have embraced multipillar strategies earlier and more widely, while the   Bismarckian pensions systems and the post‐socialist transition countries of Eastern Europe have been belated converts. The recent financial market and economic crisis, however, indicates that the double transformation may entail short‐term problems and long‐term uncertainties about the social and political sustainability of these privatized and marketized multipillar strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailPushed out prematurely? Comparing objectively forced exits and subjective assessments of involuntary retirement across Europe
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Radl, Jonas

in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility (2015), (41), 113-128

Given the efforts in raising the statutory pension age in an aging Europe, this cross-national analysis investigates constrained retirement from a comparative perspective. Based on a conceptualization of ... [more ▼]

Given the efforts in raising the statutory pension age in an aging Europe, this cross-national analysis investigates constrained retirement from a comparative perspective. Based on a conceptualization of retirement transitions as a multi-faceted phenomenon, the study distinguishes objective (external) constraints and the subjective self-assessment of involuntary retirement. Exploiting two survey items from the fifth round of the European Social Survey (ESS Round 5, 2010/2011), we examine which workers were objectively forced to retire due to economic or health reasons as well as which workers subjectively evaluate their retirement as involuntary as they would have wished to work longer. Using multilevel modeling, the study investigates the impact of national context conditions on both the individual risk to be objectively forced to terminate work and the subjective perception of retirement as occurring too early. We analyze institutional factors such as statutory pension ages and pension generosity, but also explore the role of structural factors such as unemployment and health. At the individual level, the empirical analysis reveals that objectively forced exits and subjective involuntariness do not always overlap. Ojectively forced exits are more readily explained by socio-economic characteristics like social class and unemployment experience. At the macro level, there are considerable cross-national variations that cannot be explained by compositional factors only. Relevant predictors of international differences in constrained retriement include early retirement options, statutory pension conditions, unemployment rates, labor market regulation and life expectancy. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Zukunft des deutschen Arbeitsmarkts in globalen Wissensgesellschaften
Weishaupt, Timo; Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Masuch, Peter (Ed.) Grundlagen und Herausforderungen des Sozialstaats Denkschrift 60 Jahre Bundessozialgericht Band 1: Eigenheiten und Zukunft von Sozialpolitik und Sozialrecht (2014)

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See detailArbeitsbeziehungen in Europa seit 1945: Das europäische Sozialmodell unter Druck
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Hesse, Jan-Otmar (Ed.) Perspectives on European Economic and Social History/ Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des modernen Europa (2014)

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See detailMitgliederrückgang und Organisationsstrategien deutscher Gewerkschaften
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Göbel, Claudia

in Schroeder, Wolfgang (Ed.) Handbuch Arbeitgeber- und Wirtschaftsverbände in Deutschland (2014)

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See detailWohlfahrtspolitik im 21. Jahrhundert: Neue Wege der Forschung
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Busemeyer, Marius; Leibfried, Stephan et al

Book published by Frankfurt: Campus (2013)

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See detailInstitutional Change in Advanced Democracies
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

in Valelly, R. (Ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science (2013)

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See detailDer Umbau des Wohlfahrtsstaates in Krisenzeiten: Institutioneller Wandel in Deutschland im intemationalen Vergleich
Wendt, Claus; Weishaupt, Timo; Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL

Book published by Degruyter (2013)

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See detailReversing Early Retirement in Advanced Welfare Economies A Paradigm Shift to Overcome Push and Pull Factors
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Hofäcker, Dirk

in Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft (2013), 8(4), 841-880

Recent reform efforts of advanced welfare states have attempted to reverse trends in early retirement and increase the statutory retirement age. This paradigm shift often occurred against the protest of ... [more ▼]

Recent reform efforts of advanced welfare states have attempted to reverse trends in early retirement and increase the statutory retirement age. This paradigm shift often occurred against the protest of unions, fi rms and their employees. As a consequence of expanding welfare states and as response to economic challenges since the 1970s early exit from work has become a widespread practice. Early retirement has been part of Continental Europe’s welfare without work problem, while the Scandinavian welfare states, the Anglophone liberal economies and the Japanese welfare society were able to maintain higher levels of employment for older workers. Since the 1990s, an international consensus to reverse early exit from work emerged among international organisations and national policy experts. Based on a comparative historical analysis of selected OECD countries, this study analyses the cross-national variations in the institutionalisation of early exit regimes and its recent reversal using macro-indictors on early exit trends and stylised information on institutional arrangements. Comparing the interaction of social policy and economic institutions, it reviews the cross-national differences in welfare state “pull” and economic “push” factors that have contributed to early exit from work and discusses the likely impact of welfare retrenchment and assesses the importance of “retention” factors such as activation policies for decreasing early exit from work. [less ▲]

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See detailEuropean funded pensions and their governance in times of uncertainty
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard UL; Orenstein, Mitchell A; Whiteside, Noel

in Global Social Policy (2013)

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