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Negotiating early job-insecurity and labour market exclusion in Europe

Deliverables

Methodological challenges in the study of scarring effects of youth unemployment

Short methodological report based on literature review, discussing indicators and coherent statistical approaches to analyse scarring effects and the endogeneity problem as its main methodological challenge (about 6,000 words). Presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 6.1, tentative title ‘Methodological challenges in the study of scarring effects of youth unemployment’

Youth unemployment and the consequences for life satisfaction and social trust in seven European countries

Qualitative comparative assessment consequences for personal life satisfaction and social trust (about 12,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 4.5, provisional title: ‘Youth unemployment and the consequences for life satisfaction and social trust in seven European countries’

Policy Brief no. 2: ‘Early job insecurity in Europe: Mapping diversity and the impact of the economic crisis'

Policy brief presenting the work of WP3. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 2: ‘Early job insecurity in Europe: Mapping diversity and the impact of the economic crisis’

The effects of the economic crisis on drug consumption of young individuals in Europe

Comparative assessment of the relationship between the business cycle and drug consumption of young adults (about 8,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 4.2, provisional title: ‘The effects of the economic crisis on drug consumption of young individuals in Europe’

Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Analysing linkages between horizontal and vertical policy coordination

Framework and common template for national chapters on the mode of governance and kind of policy measures and strategies applied at national and sub-national levels to combat youth unemployment and job insecurity (about 6,000 words). To be presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 8.1, tentative title ‘Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Analysing linkages between horizontal and vertical policy coordination’

Policy Brief no. 1: 'Early job insecurity and youth unemployment as a theoretical and societal challenge'

Policy brief introducing the topic and main research questions. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 1: ‘Early job insecurity and youth unemployment as a theoretical and societal challenge’

The careers of young people in Europe during the economic crisis: Identifying risk factors

A comprehensive overview of the incidence and patterns of job insecurity at labour market entry and during the early career of young people in Europe (approx. 10 000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 3.2, provisional title ‘The careers of young people in Europe during the economic crisis: Identifying risk factors’

Policy Brief no. 3: ‘Consequences of early job insecurity and labour market marginalisation: Subjective and objective well-being’

Policy brief presenting the findings from WP4. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 3: ‘Consequences of early job insecurity and labour market marginalisation: Subjective and objective well-being’

Policy Brief no. 4: ‘Transitions to adulthood in the context of economic crisis’

Policy brief presenting the findings from WP5. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 4: ‘Transitions to adulthood in the context of economic crisis’

Studying employers’ risk assessment and the role of institutions: An experimental design

Review of literature on employers’ risk assessment in the recruitment of young workers and state-of-the art methodological report on employer-side vignette experiments and (about 8,000 words). Presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 7.1, provisional title ‘Studying employers’ risk assessment and the role of institutions: An experimental design’

Policy Brief no. 5: ‘Long term consequences of early job insecurity’

Policy brief presenting the findings from WP6. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 5: ‘Long term consequences of early job insecurity’

Youth unemployment and early job insecurity in Europe: Concepts, consequences and policy approaches

Textbook manuscript (with draft chapters) aimed at advanced undergraduate students and Master’s students ready to be submitted to the publisher for review. Provisional title: ‘Youth unemployment and early job insecurity in Europe: Concepts, consequences and policy approaches’.

Permanent and transitory earnings inequality of young people in Europe

Analysis of how the differences in youth unemployment rates and the proportion of young people with different types of contracts affect earnings volatility and long-term earnings inequality (about 8,000 words). To be presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 4.1, provisional title: ‘Permanent and transitory earnings inequality of young people in Europe’

Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Comparing policy coordination in nine European countries

Case-study based report on what nine European countries (BG, CH, CZ, DE, EL, ES, NO, PL, UK) are doing to implement of European strategies to combat youth unemployment and early job insecurity and how these programmes are co-ordinated horizontally and vertically at national and sub-national levels [approx. 15,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 8.2, provisional title ‘Strategies to improve labour market integration of young people: Comparing policy coordination in nine European countries’

Negotiating transitions to adulthood in economic hard times

Comparative assessment of the linkages between young persons’ job insecurity, institutional factors (in particular, education systems, unemployment social protection systems and activation policies) and transition trajectories (about 8,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 5.4, tentative title ‘Negotiating transitions to adulthood in economic hard times’

Explaining employers’ hiring decisions: A comparative study of employers’ risk assessment

Comparative analysis of the role of institutions in explaining employer’s hiring decisions (about 10,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 7.3, provisional title ‘Explaining employers’ hiring decisions: A comparative study of employers’ risk assessment’

Understanding the consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion: The interaction of structural conditions, institutions, active agency and capability

State-of-the-art review and introduction of the analytical framework (10-12,000 words). Published as Working Paper 2.1 in the NEGOTIATE Working Paper Series, provisional title ‘Understanding the consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion: The interaction of structural conditions, institutions, active agency and capability’

Are recessions good for human capital accumulation?

Assessment of the effects of business cycle variations on choices to work or study among young people in Europe (approx. 8,000 words). To be presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 5.1, provisional title ‘Are recessions good for human capital accumulation?’

Youth unemployment and stigmatisation across Europe: A comparative analysis

Comparative analysis of linkages between the stigmatisation associated with early job-insecurity and general labour market conditions (about 8,000 words) NEGOTIATE Working Paper 6.4, provisional title ‘Youth unemployment and stigmatisation across Europe: A comparative analysis’

The fight against youth unemployment: Enhancing the chances of success by strengthening linkages between horizontal and vertical policy coordination

Policy document containing policy recommendations to reduce youth unemployment, job insecurity and consequences of labour market adversity and that describe under what conditions these efforts are likely to be successful within a multi-level governance framework [about 6,000 word]. NEGOTIATE Working Paper 8.4 ‘The fight against youth unemployment: Enhancing the chances of success by strengthening linkages between horizontal and vertical policy coordination’

Understanding unemployment scars: A vignette experiment of employers’ decisions in Bulgaria, Greece, Norway and Switzerland

Report from national employer surveys in four European countries. (16,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 7.2, provisional title: ‘Understanding unemployment scars: A vignette experiment of employers’ decisions in Bulgaria, Greece, Norway and Switzerland’

Negotiating private life: consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion for household and family formation

A study of how the increased job insecurity that has accompanied the Great Recession is shaping young people’s decisions on leaving home and forming a new family (approx. 8,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 5.2, tentative title ‘Negotiating private life: consequences of early job insecurity and labour market exclusion for household and family formation’

Explaining cross-country variation in the long-term consequences of early job-insecurity: A comparison of four European countries

Comparative quantitative analysis of scarring effects (approx. 10,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 6.3, tentative title ‘Explaining cross-country variation in the long-term consequences of early job-insecurity: A comparison of four European countries’

The role of the economic crisis in determining the degree of early job insecurity in Europe

Assessment of the impact of the economic crisis on young people’s labour market prospects and their negotiating position at the start of the career (about 8,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 3.4, tentative title ‘The role of the economic crisis in determining the degree of early job insecurity in Europe’

Indicators and data sources to measure patterns of labour market entry across countries

Short methodological report based on literature review, discussing different approaches to ‘early job insecurity’, methods and indicators to measure it and data sources used (about 6,000 words). Presented as NEGOTIATE Working Paper 3.1, provisional title ‘Indicators and data sources to measure patterns of labour market entry across countries’

Consequences of early job insecurity and the role of the welfare state

Comparative assessment of the level of the subjective and objective consequences of early job insecurity and the role of the welfare state (approx. 8,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 4.5, provisional title: ‘Consequences of early job insecurity and the role of the welfare state’

The strengths and weaknesses of policy coordination and policy outcomes in a system of multi-level governance: A comparative analysis

Broad-based comparative analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of policy coordination and policy outcomes in a system of multi-level governance (about 12,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 8.3, tentative title ‘The strengths and weaknesses of policy coordination and policy outcomes in a system of multi-level governance: A comparative analysis’

Policy Brief no. 6: ‘Employers’ assessments of young job applicants: Findings from a comparative study’

Policy brief presenting the work of WP7. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 6: ‘Employers’ assessments of young job applicants: Findings from a comparative study’

NEGOTIATE logo, flyer and large poster

NEGOTIATE logo, flyer (presenting the project, aimed at a non-academic audience) and large poster

An interview study of early job insecurity and consequences for the transition to adulthood

Comparative and gender-sensitive qualitative analysis of how young persons’ early job insecurity affects inter-related decisions about education, choice of occupation, leaving home and family formation (approx. 12,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 5.3, provisional title ‘An interview study of early job insecurity and consequences for the transition to adulthood’

Explaining long-term consequences of unemployment: The dynamics of scarring in Norway, Poland, Switzerland and the UK

National chapters on the causes of scarring effects relating to early job insecurity (about 12,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 6.2, tentative title ‘Explaining long-term consequences of unemployment: The dynamics of scarring in Norway, Poland, Switzerland and the UK’

Policy Brief no. 7: ‘Coordination of European strategies to tackle early job insecurity and youth unemployment: Lessons from a comparative study’

Policy brief presenting the work of WP8. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 7: ‘Coordination of European strategies to tackle early job insecurity and youth unemployment: Lessons from a comparative study’

Policy Brief no. 8: ‘Recommendations for future strategies to improve the labour market integration of young people in Europe’

Policy brief providing policy recommendations based on the general conclusions of the project. NEGOTIATE Policy Brief no. 8: ‘Recommendations for future strategies to improve the labour market integration of young people in Europe’

Understanding the subjective consequences of early job insecurity in Europe

Assessment of the relationship between forms of labour market attachment and well-being (about 12,000 words). NEGOTIATE Working Paper 4.3, provisional title: ‘Understanding the subjective consequences of early job insecurity in Europe’

Negotiating early job insecurity in the 21st century: Linkages between institutions and individual life courses across Europe

Book proposal including draft chapters for an edited volume with the provisional title ‘Negotiating early job insecurity in the 21st century: Linkages between institutions and individual life courses across Europe’.

Institutional determinants of early job insecurity in nine European countries

Comparative overview of labour market and skills formation institutions and recent policy reforms, linking these to questions relating to job insecurity (12-15,000 words) NEGOTIATE Working Paper 3.3, tentative title ‘Institutional determinants of early job insecurity in nine European countries’

Operative project website

Operative project website. When relevant it will contain links to work undertaken by the on-going FP7 projects STYLE, DISCIT and CUPESSE.

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Publications

Cuatro narrativas de desempleo para jóvenes adultos en Europa

Author(s): Bøhler, Kjetil Klette, Tolgensbakk, Ida, Vedeler, Janikke
Published in: Entre la educación y el trabajo: la construcción cotidiana de las desigualdades juveniles en América Latina, 2018

Social Fragmentation and Political Integration in the countries of South Eastern Europe

Author(s): Stoilova, R., Nyagolov, L.
Published in: Kambovski,V.,Jeleva,R. (Ed.) Party Systems, Political Order and Constitutional Reforms in Bulgaria and Macedonia: Experiences and Perspectives, 2017

Jugendarbeitslosigkeit in Europa: ein komplexes Problem - verschiedene Antworten

Author(s): Dingeldey, Irene, Marie-Luise Assmann, Lisa Steinberg
Published in: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, Beilage zur Wochenzeitung das Parlament ISSN 0479-611 X, Issue frequency: 26/2017, 2017, Page(s) 40-46, ISSN 0479-611X

Measuring school-to-work transition probabilities in Europe with evidence from the EU-SILC

Author(s): Symeonaki M, G. Stamatopoulou and M. Karamessini
Published in: In: Bozeman J, Oliveira T, Skiadas C, Silvestrov S (eds) Stochastic modeling, data analysis with demography applications, 2018

On the measurement of early job insecurity

Author(s): Symeonaki M, G. Stamatopoulou and M. Karamessini
Published in: Demography and Health Issues - Population Aging, Mortality and Data Analysis, Issue Volume 46, due date, 6 July 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-76002-5

“Expansion of Higher Education and Graduate Employability: Data and Insights from Central and Eastern Europe”




The Role of Employers on the Labour Market in Bulgaria

Author(s): Stoilova, Rumiana; Krasteva, Veneta; Yordanova, Gabriela
Published in: Sociological Problems, Issue Special Issue, 2017, Page(s) 36-59, ISSN 0324-1572

Strategies to Improve Labour Market Integration of Young People: Policy Coordination in Youth Guarantee. Introduction and Implementation

Author(s): Spasova, Lyuba
Published in: Sociological Problems, Issue Special Issue, 2017, Page(s) 125-138, ISSN 0324-1572

Emigration from the Perspective of the School-to-Work Transition in Bulgaria

Author(s): Rumiana Stoilova, Elitsa Dimitrova
Published in: Czech Sociological Review, Issue 53/6, 2017, Page(s) 903, ISSN 0038-0288
DOI: 10.13060/00380288.2017.53.6.380

Etterlater arbeidstrening arr hos unge ledige? Et vignett-eksperiment av arbeidsgiveres beslutninger ved ansettelser av unge i Norge

Author(s): Christer Hyggen
Published in: Søkelys på arbeidslivet, Issue 34/04, 2017, Page(s) 236-251, ISSN 1504-7989
DOI: 10.18261/issn.1504-7989-2017-04-01

“Ethnicity, gender and household effects on becoming NEET: An intersectional analysis.”

Author(s): O’Reilly J, Zucootti C
Published in: Work, Employment, and Society, 2018, ISSN 0950-0170
DOI: 10.1177/0950017017738945

How unemployment scarring affects skilled young workers: evidence from a factorial survey of Swiss recruiters

Author(s): Lulu P. Shi, Christian Imdorf, Robin Samuel, Stefan Sacchi
Published in: Journal for Labour Market Research, Issue 52/1, 2018, ISSN 2510-5027
DOI: 10.1186/s12651-018-0239-7

Empirical evaluation of professional traineeships for young people up to 30 years of age

Author(s): Ondřej Hora
Published in: Central European Journal of Public Policy, Issue 12/2, 2018, Page(s) 16-33, ISSN 1802-4866
DOI: 10.2478/cejpp-2018-0008

Socio-proffessional Differences of the School-to-Work Transition in Bulgaria

Author(s): Stoilova, R., Nyagolov, L.
Published in: Sociological Problems, 2016, ISSN 0324-1572

Early job insecurity and unemployment: a thematic analysis of interviews with two generations in Bulgaria

Author(s): Krasteva, Veneta
Published in: Knowledge Based Sustainable Economic Development, 2017, Page(s) 102-109

Entering labour market in time of crisis: the vision of job-seekers




Gender-based differences on the impact of the economic crisis on labour market

Author(s): Symeonaki M, Karamessini M and Stamatopoulou G,
Published in: Issue 16 June 2016, 2016, Page(s) 437-449

Measuring School-to-Work Transition Probabilities in Europe with Evidence from the EU-SILC

Author(s): Symeonaki M, Karamessini M and Stamatopoulou G
Published in: Issue June 2016, 2016, Page(s) 421-435

On the measurement of early job insecurity

Author(s): Symeonaki M, Stamatopoulou G and Karamessini M
Published in: Issue June 2017, 2018, Page(s) 965-985

“Svar til Gaute Rygh: Viser Hyggen (2018) hvorfor arbeidstrening påvirker jobbsøking negativt?” [“Answer to Gaute Rygh: Does Hyggen (2017) show why work training affects job seeking negatively?”].

Author(s): Hyggen, Christer
Published in: Søkelys på arbeidslivet, 2018, ISSN 1504-7989

Youth Unemployment and Job Insecurity in Europe

Author(s): Edited by Bjørn Hvinden, Professor, Christer Hyggen, Senior Researcher, Mi Ah Schoyen, Senior Researcher, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway and Tomáš Sirovátka, Professor, Institute for Public Policy and Social Work, Masaryk University, Czech Republic Contributors: M.-L. Assmann, P. Boyadjieva, M. Bussi, I. Dingeldey, O. Hora, M. Horáková, B. Hvinden, C. Hyggen, P. Ilieva-Trichkova, C. I
Published in: Youth Unemployment and Job Insecurity in Europe Problems, Risk Factors and Policies, 2019
DOI: 10.4337/9781788118897

Negotiating Early Job Insecurity

Author(s): Edited by Bjørn Hvinden, Professor, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway, Jacqueline O’Reilly, Professor of Comparative Human Resource Management, The University of Sussex Business School, UK, Mi Ah Schoyen and Christer Hyggen, Senior Researchers, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway Contributors: D.S. Abebe, S. Ayllón, K.K. Bøhler, M. Bussi, D. Buttler, L.A. Helbling, B. Hvinden, C. Hyggen,
Published in: Negotiating Early Job Insecurity Well-being, Scarring and Resilience of European Youth, 2019
DOI: 10.4337/9781788118798