Intergenerational Occupational Persistence across the Worlds of Welfare in the EU

Δημοσιευμένα: Sep 28, 2017
διαγενεακή κινητικότητα επαγγελματική κινητικότητα επαγγελματικό στάτους καθεστώτα ευημερίας Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση
Stefanos Papanastasiou
Christos Papatheodorou

To άρθρο αυτό διερευνά τη διαγενεακή συσχέτιση του επαγγελματικού στάτους στο πλαίσιο των τεσσάρων καθεστώτων ευημερίας στην ΕΕ. Αξιοποιώντας μικροδεδομένα της EU-SILC 2005 μέσω πολυωνυμικών μοντέλων logit, το άρθρο αναδεικνύει την επίδοση διαφορετικών συστημάτων κοινωνικής προστασίας απέναντι στη διαγενεακή επαγγελματική στασιμότητα. Οι χώρες του φιλελεύθερου καθεστώτος ευημερίας επιδεικνύουν την υψηλότερη στασιμότητα και εκείνες του σοσιαλδημοκρατικού καθεστώτος ευημερίας τη χαμηλότερη, ενώ οι χώρες του συντηρητικού-κορπορατιστικού και του νοτιοευρωπαϊκού καθεστώτος ευημερίας βρίσκονται κάπου ενδιάμεσα. Τα ευρήματα αυτά υποδηλώνουν ένα επιτυχημένο παράδειγμα στην αναχαίτιση της διαγενεακής επαγγελματικής στασιμότητας από τους ρυθμιστικούς και αναδιανεμητικούς μηχανισμούς του σοσιαλδημοκρατικού κράτους πρόνοιας. 

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Stefanos Papanastasiou, Δημοκρίτειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θράκης
Διδάκτωρ ΔΠΘ
Christos Papatheodorou, Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο
Καθηγητής, Τμήμα Κοινωνικής Πολιτικής, Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο
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