BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//hertie-school.org//NONSGML kigkonsult.se iCalcreator 2.29.29// CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH UID:b223f2a7-b0e1-45af-be4c-bc889bddea6e X-WR-TIMEZONE:Europe/Berlin X-WR-CALDESC:PhD workshop: Varieties of welfare capitalism in times of soci o-economic insecurity X-WR-RELCALID:89400666-e2c9-46d6-af5a-a298b395d647 BEGIN:VEVENT UID:c4eee759-e44f-40e7-b44d-bdc80dbe8827 DTSTAMP:20201029T132824Z DESCRIPTION:The established institutional configurations across varieties o f welfare capitalism are increasingly coming under pressure by factors suc h as globalization\, declining economic growth\, dualization in the labour market\, or digitalization. While\, traditionally\, a strong focus has be en laid on investigating the causes for differences in welfare capitalism\ , a new emphasis has emerged on examining the effect varieties of welfare capitalism have on politics. How are changing welfare states affecting cit izens in their political behaviour or party politics? When do they favour innovations in social policy? This workshop aims to discuss both perspecti ves as well as their interdependence. What drives institutional change and which consequences does it have?\nAbstracts of papers focusing on—but not limited to—the following topics are welcome: \nCauses of  Economic Insecu rity:\npotential drivers of socio-economic insecurity (i.e.\, technologica l change\, globalization\, demographic change)changes in varieties of welf are capitalismfunctions and instruments of the new welfare Settlement \nCo nsequences of Economic Insecurity:\nthe effect socio-economic insecurity e xerts on political behaviourparty politics and socio-economic insecurity \nThe Hertie School aims to provide an interdisciplinary platform for youn g scholars to share and discuss their research in an encouraging and comfo rtable environment. We welcome the submission of different theoretical and methodological approaches across disciplines.    A keynote speech will be held by Giuliano Bonoli\, Professor of Social Policy at the Swiss Graduat e School of Public Administration at the University of Lausanne. \n\n DTSTART:20190519T220000Z DTEND:20190520T220000Z LOCATION:Hertie School of Governance SUMMARY:PhD workshop: Varieties of welfare capitalism in times of socio-eco nomic insecurity END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:c4eee759-e44f-40e7-b44d-bdc80dbe8827 DTSTAMP:20201029T132824Z DESCRIPTION:The established institutional configurations across varieties o f welfare capitalism are increasingly coming under pressure by factors suc h as globalization\, declining economic growth\, dualization in the labour market\, or digitalization. While\, traditionally\, a strong focus has be en laid on investigating the causes for differences in welfare capitalism\ , a new emphasis has emerged on examining the effect varieties of welfare capitalism have on politics. How are changing welfare states affecting cit izens in their political behaviour or party politics? When do they favour innovations in social policy? This workshop aims to discuss both perspecti ves as well as their interdependence. What drives institutional change and which consequences does it have?\nAbstracts of papers focusing on—but not limited to—the following topics are welcome: \nCauses of  Economic Insecu rity:\npotential drivers of socio-economic insecurity (i.e.\, technologica l change\, globalization\, demographic change)changes in varieties of welf are capitalismfunctions and instruments of the new welfare Settlement \nCo nsequences of Economic Insecurity:\nthe effect socio-economic insecurity e xerts on political behaviourparty politics and socio-economic insecurity \nThe Hertie School aims to provide an interdisciplinary platform for youn g scholars to share and discuss their research in an encouraging and comfo rtable environment. We welcome the submission of different theoretical and methodological approaches across disciplines.    A keynote speech will be held by Giuliano Bonoli\, Professor of Social Policy at the Swiss Graduat e School of Public Administration at the University of Lausanne. \n\n DTSTART:20190519T220000Z DTEND:20190520T220000Z LOCATION:Hertie School of Governance SUMMARY:PhD workshop: Varieties of welfare capitalism in times of socio-eco nomic insecurity END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR