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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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    1. 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

    2. 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)

    3. The State and the Life Course in Advanced Societies

    4. (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

    5. Political Economies: De-Regulated and Coordinated

    6. 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

    7. Political Economies andLife Course Outcomes

    8. Political Economies andLife Course Outcomes

    9. 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.

    10. National Institutional Configurations (1)

    11. National Institutional Configurations (2)

    12. National Life Course Outcomes (1)

    13. National Life Course Outcomes (2)

    14. Life Course Risks and Mobility Regimes

    15. United States

    16. Sweden

    17. Germany

    18. 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.

    19. Marriage Homogamy and Effects on Labour Force Participation and Income Inequality