Academic publications

  1. Voßemer J. and Schuck B. (2016). Better Overeducated than unemployed? The short- and long-term effects of an overeducated labour market re-entry. European Sociological Review, 32 (2), 251–265. 
  2. Baranowska-Rataj A., Bertolini S., Ghislieri C., Meo A., Moiso V., Musumeci R., Ricucci R., and Torrioni P.M. (2015). Becoming adult in hard times: сurrent and future issues on job insecurity and autonomyTorino: Accademia University Press, 72 p.
  3. Gebel M. and Giesecke J. (2016). Does deregulation help? The impact of employment protection reforms on youths’ unemployment and temporary employment risks in Europe. European Sociological Review, 32 (4), 486–500. Open access.
  4. Kazjulja, M. and Roosmaa, E.-L. (2016). Young people entering the labour market: Obstacles and ways of coping. Social trends, 7, 134–145.
  5. Tosun, J., Unt, M., and Wadensjö, E. (2017). Youth-oriented active labour market policies: Explaining policy effort in the Nordic and the Baltic States. Social Policy & Administration, 51, 598–616.
  6. Voßemer J., Gebel M., Täht K., Unt M., Högberg B. and Strandh M. (2017) The Effects of Unemployment and Insecure Jobs on Well-Being and Health: The Moderating Role of Labor Market Policies. Social Indicators Research.
  7. Rokicka M., Unt M., Täht K., Nizalova O. (2018) Youth Labour Market in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Malo M., Moreno Mínguez A. (eds) European Youth Labour Markets. Springer, Cham
  8. Voßemer J., Gebel M., Nizalova O. and Nikolaieva O. (2018) The effect of an early-career involuntary job loss on later life health in Europe. Advances in Life Course Research, 35 (2018), 69–76.

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