Max Weber Programme Working Papers

Reassuring the markets : the new politics of social concertation in acute crisis times

Author: TASSINARI, Arianna
Year: 2021
Abstract: Why do governments facing economic and financial crises sometimes engage organised producer groups in policymaking through social concertation, and …

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Guerra ed economia : la graduale distruzione della Libia

Author: CAPASSO, Matteo
Year: 2020
Abstract: This paper questions dominant analyses about Libya’s present ‘war economy’ and ‘statelessness’, which are often deployed to explain the country’s …

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How European public broadcasters favour programme homogeneity : the (in)effectiveness of Public Broadcasting Service regulation

Author: TROUILLARD, Pauline Isabelle Sylvie
Citation: Florence : European University Institute, 2020
Year: 2020
Abstract: The end of the monopoly and the liberalization of the sector have seriously challenged the content and the quality of the programmes displayed on …

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Altered risks or static divides? : labor market inequality during the Great Recession

Authors: RAY, Ari; SCHWANDER, Hanna
Year: 2020
Abstract: European countries during the Great Recession had to deal with massive economic shocks, leading to a surge in employment insecurity. How was this …

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Rousseau’s critique of nature and the transformation of man

Author: SOYEMI, Eniola Anuoluwapo
Year: 2020
Abstract: Much of the scholarship on Rousseau leads us to believe that Rousseau took either an exalted or an ambivalent view of nature, and that his political …

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Search capital and unemployment duration

Author: LAFUENTE MARTINEZ, Cristina
Year: 2020
Abstract: In the last recession, the increase in long-term unemployment has been higher for younger workers than for older age groups. I propose a novel …

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Lost in transition? : freedom of contract in Poland and the Central European experience

Author: GROCHOWSKI, Mateusz Fabian
Year: 2020
Abstract: The present foundations of contract law in Central Europe developed in a compound way, under a constant “center” – “peripheries” tension. In the 20th …

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Reshaping skills, industrial relations and social protection for the knowledge economy : evidence from Germany

Authors: DIESSNER, Sebastian; DURAZZI, Niccolo; HOPE, David
Year: 2020
Abstract: Technological change has meant that university-educated workers have become crucial to the production strategies of ICT-intensive, high-end exporting …

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