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This article uses a theoretical framework derived from migration studies to examine different understandings of migration and national belonging in the debate preceding Sweden’s full legal acceptance of dual citizenship in 2001. The empirical...
The high unemployment figures in many European countries are often attributed to overgenerous unemployment benefits. However, proponents of benefit cuts tend not to recognize that unemployment benefits also facilitate longer job searches and, as a...
The proportion of women who withdraw from paid employment when they have children differs considerably among the countries of the European Union (EU), and the variation has mostly been attributed to institutional factors. In this study, we reassess...
Earlier research indicates clear gaps in wages and wage mobility between social classes. However, it has been argued that classes may be in the process of dissolving. Using Swedish cross-sectional and panel data, the following conclusions are drawn. The mismatch between class and economic reward...
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