Title:Introduction: The political Economy of Pension Reform Author(s):ARZA, Camila; KOHLI, MartinDate:2008Citation:
- Camila ARZA and Martin KOHLI (eds), Pension Reform in Europe: Politics, Policies and Outcomes, London, Routledge, 2008, 1-21
Type:Contribution to book
Title:The Political Economy of Pension Reform in Europe Author(s):KOHLI, Martin; ARZA, CamilaDate:2011Citation:
- Robert H. BINSTOCK and Linda K. GEORGE (eds), Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences, 7th ed., San Diego, Academic Press, 2011, 251-264
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:Over the second half of the 20th Century, pension reform has become central to the European social policy agenda, first in terms of construction and expansion and then increasingly in terms of consolidation and retrenchment. ...
Title:A life-course approach to fertility Author(s):HUININK, Johannes; KOHLI, MartinDate:2014Citation:
- Demographic research, 2014, Vol. 30, pp. 1293-1326
Type:ArticleAbstract:The life-course approach as a methodological framework for the empirical analysis of longitudinal individual-level data has fundamentally changed the agenda of demographic research. However, these methodological innovations ...
Title:Minimal Families: Childlessness and intergenerational transfers Editor(s):KOHLI, Martin; ALBERTINI, MarcoDate:2009Citation:
- Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009
Type:BookAbstract:The introduction of the special issue on Childlessness and Intergenerational Transfers, first discusses the prior research literature and then overviews the presented contributions. Up to now, childless older adults have ...
Title:Altern: Familie, Zivilgesellschaft, Politik (Altern in Deutschland, Bd. 8). Editor(s):KOCKA, Jürgen; KOHLI, Martin; STREECK, WolfgangDate:2009Citation:
- Stuttgart, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft, 2009.
Type:BookAbstract:Das demographische Altern bringt für Familie und Zivilgesellschaft nicht nur Lasten und Herausforderungen, sondern auch neue Möglichkeiten und Chancen. Der vorliegende Band verdeutlicht, welche Probleme die Politik – und ...
Title:Contemporary Switzerland: Revisiting the Special Case Editor(s):KOHLI, Martin; FARAGO, Peter; ZARIN-NEJADAN, Milad; KRIESI, HanspeterDate:2005Citation:
- Houndmills, Palgrave, 2005
Title:Fertility in the History of the 20th Century: Trends, theories, policies, discourses Editor(s):EHMER, Josef; EHRHARDT, Jens; KOHLI, MartinDate:2011Citation:
- Special issue of Historical Social Research, 2011, 36, 2, (1-296)
Type:BookAbstract:In this special issue, a pluridisciplinary group of scholars discuss the complex interrelationship among fertility trends, population theories, policies and public discourses. Whereas the three former fields have been ...
Title:Family, kinship and state in contemporary Europe, Vol. 3: Perspectives on theory and policy Editor(s):HEADY, Patrick; KOHLI, MartinDate:2010Citation:
- Frankfurt/M, Campus, 2010
Type:BookAbstract:Kinship is at the heart of European society, sharing with the state responsibility for welfare and social reproduction. But the workings of kinship and their connection to state policies remain controversial. Received ...
Title:Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective Editor(s):STAMM, Isabell; BREITSCHMID, Peter; KOHLI, MartinDate:2011Citation:
- Zurich/Basel/Geneva, Schulthess Juristische Medien AG, 2011
Type:BookAbstract:Family enterprises make up the majority of all businesses across Western Europe. Nonetheless, they are seen as an endangered species. Succession is an especially critical moment for their survival. The succession process ...