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Session 9: National Differences and Institutional Conditions. Karl Ulrich Mayer Life Course Research: Theoretical Issues, Empirical Applications and Methodological Problems Sociological Methodology Workshop Series, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan September 20-24, 2004. Outline.

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Session 9:National Differencesand Institutional Conditions

Karl Ulrich MayerLife Course Research:Theoretical Issues, Empirical Applications and Methodological ProblemsSociological Methodology Workshop Series, Academia Sinica, Taipei, TaiwanSeptember 20-24, 2004


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Outline

The State and the Life Course in Advanced Societies

Dualistic Life Course Regimes

Political Economies: De-Regulated and Coordinated

Life Course Regimes: Cross-National Typologies

Political Economies and Life Course Outcomes

Welfare State Regimes and Institutional Configurations / Life Courses

National Institutional Configurations

National Life Course Outcomes

Life Course Risks and Mobility Regimes: United States, Germany, Sweden

Life Course Policies Under Different Welfare-State Regimes

Marriage Homogamy and Effects on Labour Force Participation and Income Inequality

Globalization, Uncertainty and Changes in Early Life Courses (Mills/Blossfeld 2003)


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The State and the Life Course in Advanced Societies


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(Re-)commodification

De-commodification

Corporatist/

Flexibly Coordinated

Deregulated

Dualistic Life Course Regimes

Closed/

High Trust

Open/

Low Trust

Political Economy:

Interaction of State,

Family, Economy


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Political Economies: De-Regulated and Coordinated


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OPEN

CLOSED

Group

Grid

Socialist

-authoritarian-

Welfare State

Liberal/

Residual

Familistic

Scandinavian

Continental

Federal

Etatist

USA

Italy

Spain

Sweden

Denmark

Norway

Finland

Germany

UK

France

Life Course Regimes:Cross-National Typologies

Gendered Life Course

Male Breadwinner

Male Breadwinner

Dual Earner

Dual Earner

Dual Earner


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Political Economies andLife Course Outcomes


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Political Economies andLife Course Outcomes


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Welfare State Regimes andInstitutional Configurations / Life Courses

Source: Mayer, Karl Ulrich (2001): "The Paradox of Global Social Change and National Path Dependencies: Life course patterns in advanced societies." In: Alison E. Woodward and Martin Kohli (eds.), Inclusions and Exclusions in European Societies. London: Routledge, Pp. 89-110.


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National Institutional Configurations (1)


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National Institutional Configurations (2)


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National Life Course Outcomes (1)


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National Life Course Outcomes (2)


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Life Course Risks and Mobility Regimes


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United States


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Sweden


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Germany


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Life Course Policies

Under Different Welfare-State Regimes

Source: Leisering, Lutz and Stephan Leibfried (1999): Time and Poverty in the Welfare State: United Germany in Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 49.


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Marriage Homogamy and Effects on Labour Force Participation and Income Inequality


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