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The ghost-writing of a global policy script : international organizations and the discursive construction of conditional cash transfers
More than 60 countries have implemented a conditional cash transfer (CCT) program. The predominant CCT narrative begins from programs created in Mexico and Brazil in the mid-1990s. The literature concerned with CCTs tends ...
Game-changers for Gender Equality in Germany’s Labour Market? : Corporate Board Quotas, Pay Transparency and Temporary Part-Time Work
With a women’s employment rate of 76.6 per cent, Germany now ranks among the top EU countries regarding equal labour market participation. However, substantial differences in the employment patterns of women and men persist ...
COVID-19 triggering homecare professionals’ change of attitudes towards e-Welfare
During 2020, the COVID-19 crisis expanded the use of digital tools in public health and social care. The aim of this qualitative, single-case study was to scrutinize how homecare professionals experienced meaningfulness ...
Revamping the menu – or just offering what’s in stock? Candidate list volatility in open-list PR systems. Evidence from Finland
Why do parties change candidate lists between elections? Although candidate list volatility is an important indicator of the responsiveness of electoral representation, it has received little attention in research. We offer ...
Energy Policies in the Context of Sustainable Development
Reframing the language of human rights? Political group contestations on women’s and LGBTQI rights in European Parliament debates
European integration is challenged on numerous grounds today with democracy and fundamental values at the center of the debates. The article analyses the role of the European Parliament’s political groups in shaping human ...
The conditional effect of personal vote-seeking behaviors on MPs electoral performance: Evidence from an open-list PR system
Considerable research argues that voters reward personal vote-seeking behaviors. The expected electoral gain would be the primary driver of MPs' action. Nevertheless, empirical evidence is scarce, and the findings do not ...