Patrizia Aurich-Beerheide

Patrizia Aurich-Beerheide
University of Duisburg-Essen | uni-due · Institut Arbeit und Qualifikation

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Die Arbeitsvermittlung gehört zu den Kernaufgaben der öffentlichen Arbeitsverwaltung, und ihre Gestaltung ist eine der zentralen Herausforderungen der Arbeitsmarktpolitik. Beide Seiten des Arbeitsmarktes, also Arbeitsangebot und Arbeitsnachfrage, müssen von der Arbeitsvermittlung zusammengeführt werden, wobei dies auf unterschiedliche Art und Weise...
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Das Bundesprogramm „Soziale Teilhabe am Arbeitsmarkt“ zielte auf die Verbesserung der sozialen Teilhabe von arbeitsmarktfernen Langzeitleistungsbeziehenden im SGB II, die entweder mit Kindern in einer Bedarfsgemeinschaft leben und/oder auf Grund von gesundheitlichen Einschränkungen besonderer Förderung bedürfen. Es wurde durch das Bundesministerium...
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Der vorliegende Zwischenbericht stellt den aktuellen Stand aus der programmbegleitenden Evaluation des Bundesprogramms „Soziale Teilhabe am Arbeitsmarkt“ vor. Das Bundesprogramm zielt auf die Verbesserung der sozialen Teilhabe von arbeitsmarktfernen Langzeitleistungsbeziehenden im SGB II, die entweder mit Kindern in einer Bedarfsgemeinschaft leben...
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Die Sicherung gegen Erwerbsminderung gehört zu den zentralen Leistungen des modernen Sozialstaats. Sie wird angesichts steigender Altersgrenzen in der Rentenversicherung an Bedeutung gewinnen, denn ein großer Teil der Beschäftigten ist nicht in der Lage, bis zur Regelaltersgrenze zu arbeiten. In der vorliegenden Studie wird untersucht, wie sozialst...
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This article investigates the implementation of an integrated activation policy in Germany. The activation paradigm has been recently extended to target clients with multiple problems out of employment. In order to do so, an approach of activation is needed that integrates policy fields, policy actors and policy levels. We compare different forms o...
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The article describes the system of social security in the case of incapacity in Germany and analyses how the pathway into incapacity benefits is structured. A special focus of the article is on conditionality as it is applied in different systems of social security in Germany today. A main result of the analysis is that incapacity benefits are emb...
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The article describes the system of social security in the case of incapacity in Germany and analyses how the pathway into incapacity benefits is structured. A special focus of the article is on conditionality as it is applied in different systems of social security in Germany today. A main result of the analysis is that incapacity benefits are emb...
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The majority of the European countries experienced a turn towards activation policies during the last decades. The aim of increasing employment rates of groups formerly excluded from the labour market has required closer links with training, family or social policies with employment policy. As a result of this, we can observe modifications also in...
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The majority of the European countries have experienced a turn towards activation policies during the last two decades (Serrano Pascual and Magnusson 2007; van Berkel and Borghi 2008; Bonoli 2010; Aurich 2011; Graziano 2009 and 2012). The interlinked aim to increase employment rates by integrating formerly excluded groups into the labour market req...
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For activation policies to succeed, the provision of social services in addition to labour-market services is essential, as social services are a prerequisite for integrating groups with complex social problems into the labour market. Activation policies based on social services can be termed inclusive. They require not only a sufficient financial...
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The majority of the European countries have experienced a turn towards activation policies during the last two decades (Serrano Pascual and Magnusson 2007; van Berkel and Borghi 2008; Bonoli 2010; Aurich 2011; Graziano 2009 and 2012). The interlinked aim to increase employment rates by integrating formerly excluded groups into the labour market req...
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National differences in the design of social policy are often attributed to differences in the political composition of governments during the making of welfare states. These differences produced contrasting ‘welfare state regimes’ (Esping-Andersen 1990). Despite considerable changes through activating labourmarket reforms over the last 20 years, d...
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National differences in the design of social policy are often attributed to differences in the political composition of governments during the making of welfare states. These differences produced different ‘welfare state regimes’ (Esping-Andersen 1990). Despite considerable changes through activating labour market reforms during the last 20 years,...
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One of the continuously disputed issues of research on welfare state reform is the question of convergence or divergence. Despite much reform in the direction of an activating kind of unemployment policy, for example, differences between these unemployment policies remain. These differences are often attributed to different types of welfare regimes...
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Since the 1990s, a substantial revision of the welfare state has been observed which has been explicitly aimed at making European wel-fare states more employment-friendly (see Graziano, Jacquot and Palier, introduction to this volume; see also Ferrera et al., 2001, Häusermann and Palier, 2008). In this respect, a broad range of measures has been im...

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Radical changes in the local governance of social cohesion in many Member States of the European Union are the focus of LOCALISE's research on the organisational challenges of an integrated social and employment policy. How do different institutional contexts influence local worlds of social cohesion? How do local actors deal with the conflicts and dilemmas caused by integrated social cohesion policies? What impact do these policies have on social inequality and the conception of social citizenship? LOCALISE addresses these questions by integrating multiple disciplines, and partners from Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Sweden and the UK experienced in European and Social Policy research. A common theoretical and methodological approach guides the research in each work package.
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Evaluation des Bundesprogramms Soziale Teilhabe des BMAS, welches in 197 Jobcentern umgesetzt wird und eine geförderte Beschäftigung von Langzeitarbeitslosen mit besonderen Vermittlungshemmnissen (gesundheitliche Einschränkungen, Bedarfsgemeinschaft mit Minderjährigen) vorsieht.