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See detailYoung adults at risk in Germany: The impact of vocational training on the ethnic gap at labour market entry
Hartung, Anne UL

in Salagean, I.; Lomos, C.; Hartung, Anne (Eds.) The young and the elderly at risk Individual outcomes and contemporary policy challenges in European societies (2015)

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See detailThe Young and the Elderly at Risk: Individual outcomes and contemporary policy challenges in European societies
Salagean, I.; Lomos, C.; Hartung, Anne UL

Book published by Intersentia (2015)

The current retrenchment of the welfare states is buffering the growing demographic and economic pressures in European countries at the expense of the young and the elderly. However, both investment in ... [more ▼]

The current retrenchment of the welfare states is buffering the growing demographic and economic pressures in European countries at the expense of the young and the elderly. However, both investment in the young, which determines a society’s future, and providing public support for the elderly, the most deserving needy group, are seen as musts. This book encompasses a selection of empirical studies reflecting on when and why the young and the elderly are at risk in several (mostly Western) European countries. Contributions in the book examine the educational achievement and the labor market entry of youths, particularly those who have a migration background, the poverty risk experienced by the elderly, especially if they are also immigrants and/or women, the pension outcomes of former cross-border workers, the simulated consequeces of a recent pension benefit reform as well as those of a potential reform including financial assets and housing wealth in old-age income protection, and finally the extent, and possible erosion, of the support for government providing child-care and protecting the elderly. Preface – Wim van Oorschot Introduction – Ioana Salagean, Catalina Lomos & Anne Hartung 1. Does ethnic capital contribute to the educational outcomes of individuals with Turkish background in Europe? – Sait Bayrakdar 2. Young adults at risk in Germany: The impact of vocational training on the ethnic gap at labour market entry – Anne Hartung 3. Poverty among elderly immigrants in Belgium – Line De Witte, Sofie Vanassche & Hans Peeters 4. Integrating life course and pension policy perspectives: The case of poverty among elderly women – Hans Peeters & Wouter de Tavernier 5. Including assets in comparative old age poverty research: How does it change the picture? – Rika Verpoorten 6. The social and budgetary impacts of the recent social security reform in Belgium – Gijs Dekkers, Saskia Weemaes, Nicole Fasquelle & Raphael Desmet 7. Cross-border social security coordination, mobility of labour and pension outcomes – Irina Burlacu & Cathal O'Donoghue 8. Do self-interest, ideology and national context influence opinions on government support for childcare? A multilevel analysis – Wouter de Tavernier 9. Individual attitudes towards welfare states responsibility for the elderly – Nathalie Schuerman Rejoinder: Is intergenerational solidarity under pressure? Comparative analyses of age cleavages in opinions about government support for the young and the old – Tim Reeskens & Wim van Oorschot [less ▲]

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Salagean, I.; Lomos, C.; Hartung, Anne UL

in Salagean, I.; Lomos, C.; Hartung, Anne (Eds.) The young and the elderly at risk Individual outcomes and contemporary policy challenges in European societies (2015)

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See detailEvent History Analysis Workshop
Hartung, Anne UL

Presentation (2014)

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See detailLes femmes et les hommes au travail aujourd’hui et il y a 25 ans : Point de vue dynamique sur l’emploi au Luxembourg
Hartung, Anne UL; Schmaus, Gunther

in Marlier, Eric; Brosius, Jacques; Dautel, Vincent (Eds.) et al Cohésion sociale et territoriale – Regards croisés sur la société luxembourgeoise (2014)

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See detail“Family policies and the employment of mothers” (B1), session chair
Hartung, Anne UL

Scientific Conference (2013)

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See detailEffects of state aggregation in duration analysis
Hartung, Anne UL

Poster (2013)

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Hartung, Anne UL

in Urso, G.; Schuster, A. (Eds.) Migration, Employment and Labour Market Integration Policies in the European Union (2013)

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See detailPartnership preferences of the Belgian second generation: Who lives with whom?
Hartung, Anne UL; Vandezande, Veronique; Phalet, Karen et al

in Advances in Life Course Research (2011), 16

Divergent bodies of theory have devoted ample attention to ethnic intermarriage. Using the data from the Belgian TIES project (The Integration of the European Second Generation), this paper focuses on the ... [more ▼]

Divergent bodies of theory have devoted ample attention to ethnic intermarriage. Using the data from the Belgian TIES project (The Integration of the European Second Generation), this paper focuses on the young Turkish and Moroccan second generation in Belgium and, in contrast to other studies in the field, includes cohabitation in addition to marriages. Furthermore, it distinguishes not only partnerships to natives versus partnerships to nonnatives but three types of partnerships: those to first generation partners, second generation partners and ‘native’ Belgian partners. Our results show, first, that a large part of the second generation lives with first generation coethnic partners. We find secondly that most of the relations to Belgian-born persons are in fact relations to partners of second generation from the same ethnic background. We conclude that estimations of intermarriage/cohabiting unions based on relations to first generation immigrants seriously underestimate the extent of intra-ethnic partnerships. Thirdly, we find that not only individual characteristics but also the social environment impacts on the partner choice. [less ▲]

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See detailWomen in construction industry and men in day-care? Gender role attitudes of Luxembourg’s contemporary youth
Hartung, Anne UL; Valentova, M

in Vivre au Luxembourg (2011), 79

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See detailAssortative Mating Within and Between Native and Immigrant Groups in Europe
Alieva, A; Hartung, Anne UL

in XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology "Sociology on the Move" - Book of abstracts (2010)

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See detailEthnic and educational homogamy in Luxembour
Alieva, A; Hartung, Anne UL

in Vivre au Luxembourg (2010), 71

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See detailMigration and the European Labour Market: The Stockholm Programme and Beyond
Hartung, Anne UL; Alieva, Aigul

Scientific Conference (2010)

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