Items by Papadopoulos, Theodoros
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Carmel, E. and Papadopoulos, T., 2014. Society, social policy and welfare : The UK in a Changing Europe scoping report. Other. Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2013. The meta-regulation of European industrial relations : power shifts, institutional dynamics and the emergence of regulatory competition. International Labour Review, 152 (2), pp. 255-274.
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2012. The Greek welfare state in the age of austerity: anti-social policy and the politico-economic crisis. In: Kilkey, M., Ramia, G. and Farnsworth, K., eds. Social Policy Review 24: analysis and debate in social policy, 2012. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press, pp. 205-230.
Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., 2011. Conclusion : what future for migration? In: Carmel, E. K., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and Welfare in the 'New' Europe. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press, pp. 245-258.
Carmel, E., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds., 2011. Migration and Welfare in the New Europe : Social Protection and the Challenges of Integration. Bristol, U. K.: Policy Press.
Papadopoulos, T., 2011. Immigration and the variety of migrant integration regimes in the European Union. In: Carmel, E., Cerami, A. and Papadopoulos, T., eds. Migration and welfare in the new Europe. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 23-48.
Papadopoulos, T. and Roumpakis, A., 2011. Nordic social risk management and the challenge of EU regulation: labour market parity at risk. In: Sorsa, V.-P., ed. Rethinking Social Risk in the Nordics. Brussels, Belgium: Foundation of European Progressive Studies, pp. 199-224.
Carmel, E. and Papadopoulos, T., 2009. Governing social security: From protection to markets. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for policy and practice. Bristol: The Policy Press. (Understanding Welfare: Social Issues, Policy and Practice series)
Carmel, E., Hamblin, K. and Papadopoulos, T., 2007. Governing the activation of older workers in the EU. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27 (9/10), 387 - 400.
Papadopoulos, T., 2006. Support for the Unemployed in a Familistic Welfare Regime. In: Mossialos, E. and Petmesidou, M., eds. Social Policy Developments in Greece. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 219-238.
Papadopoulos, T., 2005. The Recommodification of European Labour: Theoretical and Empirical Explorations. Working Paper. Bath, UK: European Research Institute, University of Bath.
Carmel, E. and Papadopoulos, T., 2003. The new governance of social security in Britain. In: Millar, J., ed. Understanding Social Security: Issues for policy and practice. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 31-52.
Papadopoulos, T., 2000. Integrated approaches to active welfare and employment policies: Greece. Other. Dublin: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.
Papadopoulos, T., 1999. On media, culture and the prospects for a new liberatory project: An interview with Ken Loach. Democracy & Nature, The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, 5 (1), pp. 27-32.
Papadopoulos, T., 1999. Unemployment compensation and activation policies in Greece: An evaluation. Other. Florence: European University Institute.
Papadopoulos, T., 1998. Greek family policy from a comparative perspective. In: Drew, E., Emerek, R. and Mahon, E., eds. Reconciling Family and Working Life. London: Routledge.
Fawcett, H. and Papadopoulos, T., 1997. Social exclusion, social citizenship and de-commodification: An evaluation of the adequacy of support for the unemployed in the European Union. West European Politics, 20 (3), pp. 1-30.
Papadopoulos, T., 1997. Social insurance and the crisis of statism in Greece. In: Clasen, J., ed. Social Insurance in Europe. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 177-203.
Papadopoulos, T., 1996. 'Family', state and social policies for children in Greece. In: Brannen, J. and O' Brien, M., eds. Children in Families: Research and Policy. Routledge, pp. 171-188.
Papadopoulos, T., 1993. International conference on social security: 50 years after Beveridge. Greek Review of Social Sciences, 12.