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Steven Saxonberg
Steven Saxonberg
Professor of Sociology, Södertörn University, Sweden
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Gender, politics and institutions: Towards a feminist institutionalism
ML Krook, F Mackay
Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
5602011
Failing family policy in post-communist Central Europe
S Saxonberg, T Sirovátka
Regional Comparisons in Comparative Policy Analysis Studies, 193-210, 2020
3312020
From Defamilialization to Degenderization: Toward a New Welfare Typology1
S Saxonberg
Social Policy & Administration 47 (1), 26-49, 2013
2762013
The continuing legacy of the communist legacy? The development of family policies in Poland and the Czech Republic
S Saxonberg, D Szelewa
Social Politics 14 (3), 351-379, 2007
2152007
Beyond NGO-ization: The development of social movements in Central and Eastern Europe
K Jacobsson, S Saxonberg
Routledge, 2016
2082016
Emotions in politics
N Demertzis
The affect dimension in political tension. Nueva York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
1602013
The Routledge handbook of the welfare state
B Greve
Routledge, 2012
1462012
The fall: A comparative study of the end of Communism in Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland
S Saxonberg
Routledge, 2013
1292013
Gendering family policies in post-communist Europe: A historical-institutional analysis
S Saxonberg
Springer, 2014
1202014
Care between work and welfare in European societies
Birgit Professor Pfau-Effinger, TD Rostgaard
Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
962011
Transitions and non-transitions from communism: Regime survival in China, Cuba, North Korea, and Vietnam
S Saxonberg
Cambridge University Press, 2013
942013
Women East European Parliaments
S Saxonberg
J. Democracy 11, 145, 2000
922000
The Czech Republic before the new millennium
S Saxonberg
East European Monographs/Columbia University Press, 2003
832003
Social policy in the face of a global pandemic: Policy responses to the COVID‐19 crisis in Central and Eastern Europe
J Aidukaite, S Saxonberg, D Szelewa, D Szikra
Social Policy & Administration 55 (2), 358-373, 2021
792021
Neo‐liberalism by decay? The evolution of the Czech welfare state
S Saxonberg, T Sirovátka
Social Policy & Administration 43 (2), 186-203, 2009
762009
The Revenge of History–The Institutional Roots of Post‐Communist Family Policy in the C zech R epublic, H ungary and P oland
H Hašková, S Saxonberg
Social Policy & Administration 50 (5), 559-579, 2016
562016
Péče o nejmenší. Boření mýtů
H Hašková, S Saxonberg, J Mudrák
Praha: Sociologické nakladatelství (SLON)/Sociologický ústav AV ČR, vvi, 2012
552012
The development of Czech childcare policies
S Saxonberg, H Haskova, J Mudrak
Slon, 2012
452012
Seeking the balance between work and family after communism
S Saxonberg, T Sirovatka
Marriage & Family Review 39 (3-4), 287-313, 2006
452006
The state as a norm‐builder? The take‐up of parental leave in Norway and Sweden
C Bergqvist, S Saxonberg
Social Policy & Administration 51 (7), 1470-1487, 2017
402017
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