The nexus between institutional design, implementation and outcomes of targeted social policies in a context of flexible work- and income patterns. 01/10/2021 - 30/09/2025


This research project assesses the effectiveness of targeted social policy in a context of flexible and atypical work and income patterns. It takes account of the responsiveness of targeted social policies, and of the implementation challenges different types of targeted social policies represent. Specifically, this project will focus on three research questions: i) What impact does flexible and atypical employment have on income stability? ii) What are the implications of atypical employment for the design and organization of effective targeted social protection policies? iii) How do different forms of targeting relate to social outcomes?


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