Selected publications by network participants

Agger Nielsen, J. (2010). Forførende teknologi. En multi-level analyse af spredning og institutionalisering af mobil teknologi i hjemmeplejen. [Seductive Technology: A Multi Level Analysis of the Diffusion and Institutionalization of Mobile Technology in Home Care].  Ph.d. afhandling, Institut for Økonomi, Politik og Forvaltning, Aalborg Universitet.

Albrekt Larsen, C. & Goul Andersen, J. (2009). How New Economic Ideas Changed the Danish Welfare State. Governance. An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, 22, (2), 239-262. Doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0491.2009.01434.x.

Andersson, K. (2010). Valfrihet och mångfald: ett dilemma för hemtjänsten [Choice and diversity: a dilemma for home help services]. Socialvetenskaplig tidskrift, 17, (3-4): 308-325.

Anttonen, A. (2002). Universalism and social policy: A Nordic-feminist revaluation. NORA: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, 10, (2), 71-80. Doi:10.1080/080387402760262168.

Anttonen, A., Baldock, J., & Sipilä, J. (Eds.). (2003). The Young, the Old and the State. Social Care in Five Industrial Nations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Anntonen, A. & Häikiö, L. (2011). Finnish elderly-care policies in transition. Nordic Journal of  Social Research, 2, (special issue). [open access].

Anttonen, A. & Häikiö, L. (2011). From social to active citizenship? Tensions between policies and practices in Finnish elder care. In E. Tonkens & J. Newman (Eds.), Summoning the active citizen: responsibility, participation and choice in Western Europe. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Anttonen, A., Häikiö, L., & Stefansson, K. (Eds.). (In press). Welfare State, Universalism and Diversity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Anttonen, A. & Sipilä, J. (1996). European social care services: Is it possible to identify models? Journal of European Social Policy, 6, (2), 87-100. Doi:10.1177/095892879600600201.

Anttonen, A. & Sointu, L. (2006). Hoivapolitiikka muutoksessa. Julkinen vastuu pienten lasten ja ikääntyneiden hoivasta 12:ssa Euroopan maassa. [Care policies in transition: Public responsibility and social care in 12 European countries]. Hyvinvointivaltion rajat-hanke. Helsinki: Stakes.

Armstrong, H. (2001). Social cohesion and privatization in Canadian health care. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 16, (2), 65-81.

Armstrong, P. & Armstrong, H. (2002). Wasting away: The undermining of Canadian health care (2nd ed.). Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Armstrong, P. & Armstrong, H. (2005). Public and private: Implications for care work. Sociological Review, 53, (Issue supplement s2). Doi:10.1111/j.1467-954X.2005.00579.x.

Armstrong, P., Armstrong, H., & Coburn, D. (Eds). (2001). Unhealthy times: Political economy perspectives on health and care in Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Armstrong, P., Armstrong, H., et al. (2003). Market principles, business practices and health care: Comparing the US and Canadian experiences. International Journal of Canadian Studies, 28, (Fall), 13-38.

Armstrong, P.,  et al. (2009). They deserve better: The long-term care experience in Canada and Scandinavia. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

Blomqvist, P. (2004), The Choice Revolution: Privatization of Swedish Welfare Services in the 1990s. Social Policy & Administration, 38: 139–155. Doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2004.00382.x..

Burau, V. & Kröger, T. (2004). The Local and the National in Community Care: Exploring Policy and Politics in Finland and Britain. Social Policy & Administration, 38, (7), 793-810. Doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2004.00419.x.

Burau, V., Theobald, H., & Blank, R.H. (2007). Governing home care: A cross-national comparison. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Burau, V. & Vabo, S.I.(Eds.). (2011). Shifts in welfare governance governing elderly age care beyond welfare states. Special issue of International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, (3/4).

Christensen, K. (2005). The modernization of power in Norwegian home care services. In: H.M Dahl & T.R Eriksen (Eds).  Dilemmas of care in the Nordic welfare state: Continuity and change. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Christensen, K. (2010). Between late modern and later modern elderly care in Norway and Japan. In Y. Saito, R. Auestad & K. Wærness (Eds.), Meeting the challenges of elder care: Japan and Norway. Tokyo: Kyoto University Press.

Christensen, K. (2012). Towards a mixed economy of long-term care in Norway. Critical Social Policy (Accepted for publication).

Christensen, K. & Suokannas, M. (2010). Consumption and ageing. In K.M. Ekström (Ed.), Consumer behaviour. A Nordic perspective. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Dahl, H.M. (2009). New Public Management, care and struggles about recognition. Critical Social Policy, 29 (4),  634–654. doi:10.1177/0261018309341903.

Dahl, H.M. & Eriksen, T.R. (Eds.). (2005). Dilemmas of Care in the Nordic Welfare State: Continuity and Change. Aldershot: Ashgate

Dahl, H.M., Keränen, M., & Kovalainen, A. (Eds.). (2011). Europeanization, care and gender: Global complexities. London: Palgrave.

Daly, T. & Szebehely, M. (2011). Unheard voices, unmapped terrain: care work in long-term residential care for older people in Canada and Sweden. International Journal of Social Welfare, (Accepted for publication) doi:10.1111/j.1468-2397.2011.00806.x.

Gavanas, A. (2010). Who cleans the welfare state? Migration, informalization, social exclusion and domestic services in Stockholm. Research Report 2010/3. Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm. [open access]

Goul Andersen, J., Guillemard, A-M, Jensen, P.H., & Pfau-Effinger, B. (Eds.). (2005). The Changing Face of Welfare. Consequences and Outcomes from a Citizenship Perspective. Bristol: Policy Press.

Gustafsson, R.Å., & Szebehely, M. (2009). Outsourcing of elder care services in Sweden: Effects on work environment and political legitimacy. In D. King & M. Meagher (Eds.).  Paid care in Australia: Politics, profits, practices. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Harrington,  C. et al. (2000). Nursing home staffing and its relation to deficiences. Journal of Gerontology, Social Sciences, 55B, (5),  278-287. Doi:10.1093/geronb/55.5.S278.

Harrington, C. (2001). Does investor ownership of nursing homes compromise the quality of care? American Journal of Public Health, 91, (9), 1452-55. Doi:10.2105/AJPH.91.9.1452.

Havig,  A. K., Skogstad,  A., Veneestra, M., & Romøren, T.I. (2011). The effects of leadership and ward factors on job satisfaction in nursing homes – A multilevel approach. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20, (23-24), 3523-3542. Doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03697.x.

Himmelweit, S. (1999). Caring labor. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 561, (27-38).

Himmelweit, S. (2005). Caring: The need for an economic strategy. Public Policy Research, 12, (3), 68-173.

Himmelweit, S. (2007). The prospects for caring: Economic theory and policy analysis. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31, (4), 581-599.

Husso, M. & Hirvonen, H. (2012). Gendered agency and emotions in the field of care work. Gender, Work and Organization, special issue Gendering Change: The Next Step, 19, (1), 29-51. Doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2011.00565.x.

Häikiö, L. (2010). The diversity of citizenship and democracy in local public management reform. Public Management Review, 12, (3), 363-384.

Häikiö, L. & Anttonen, A. (2011). Local welfare governance structuring informal carers dual position. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, (3/4). Doi:10.1108/01443331111120636.

Jolanki, O. (2009). Agency in talk about old age and health. Journal of Aging Studies, 23, (4), 215-226.

Jolanki, O. (2009). Talk about old age, health and morality. In R. Edmondson & H-J. von Kondratowitz (Eds.). Valuing Older People: A Humanist Approach to Ageing. Bristol, Policy Press, 261-274.

King, D. & Meagher, G. (Eds.). (2009). Paid care in Australia: Politics, profits, practices. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Kotsadam, A. (2011). Does informal eldercare impede womens employment? The case of European welfare states. Feminist Economics, 17, (2), 121-144. Doi:10.1080/13545701.2010.543384.

Jakobsson, N. & Kotsadam, A. (2010). Do attitudes toward gender equality really differ between Norway and Sweden? Journal of European Social Policy, 20, (2), 142-159.

Kröger, T. (2005). Interplay between informal and formal care for older people: The state of the Nordic research. In M. Szebehely (Ed.). Äldreomsorgsforskning i Norden: En kunskapsöversikt [Nordic eldercare research: an overview]. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Kröger, T. (2011). Retuning the Nordic welfare municipality: Central regulation of social care under change in Finland. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, (3/4). Doi:10.1108/01443331111120591.

Kröger, T. (2011). The adoption of market-based practices within care for older people: is the work satisfaction of Nordic care workers at risk? Nordic Journal of  Social Research, 2, (special issue). [open access].

Kröger, T. (2011). Under tension: Formal care work with older people. In B. Pfau-Effinger & T. Rostgaard (Eds.). Care between Work and Welfare in European Societies. Palgrave Macmillan.

Kröger,  T., Leinonen,  A. & Vuorensyrjä,  M. (2009). Hoivan tekijät. Suomalainen hoivatyö pohjoismaisessa tarkastelussa [Doing care: Finnish care work in Nordic comparison]. Jyväskylä: Jyväskylän yliopisto, Sosiaalityön julkaisusarja 6.

Kröger, T. & Zechner, M. (2009). Migration and care: Giving and needing care across national borders. Finnish Journal of Ethnicity and Migration, 4, (2), 17-26.

Kvist,  E. & Peterson,  E. (2010). What has gender equality got to do with it? An analysis of policy debates surrounding domestic services in the welfare states of Spain and Sweden. NORA: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, 18, (3), 185-203. Doi:10.1080/08038740.2010.498326.

Land, H. & Himmelweit, S. (2010). Who cares: who pays? A report on personalisation in social care prepared for UNISON. London: Unison.

Leinonen, A. (2009). Hoivatyöntekijöiden muutostoiveiden topografia: kannanottoja vanhuksen kohteluun, henkilöstöresursseihin ja ikääntymispolitiikkaan [Topography of care workers hopes for change: views and opinions on the treatment of older people, staff resources and ageing policy]. Yhteiskuntapolitiikka, 74, (2), 132-147.

Leinonen, A. (2011). Adult children and parental caregiving: making sense of participation patterns among siblings. Ageing & Society, 31, (2), 308-327.

Meagher, G. (2003). Friend or flunkey? Paid domestic workers in the new economy. Kensington: UNSW Press.

Meagher, G. & Szebehely, M. (2010). Private financing of elder care in Sweden: Arguments for and against. Working Paper 2010:1. Stockholm: Institute of Future Studies. [open access]

Meagher, G. & Cortis, N. (2009). The political economy of for-profit paid care: Theory and evidence. In D. King &  M. Meagher (Eds.), Paid care in Australia: Politics, profits, practices. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Rostgaard ,T. (2006). Constructing the care consumer: Free choice of home care for the elderly in Denmark. European Societies, 8, (3), 443-463.

Rostgaard, T. (2011). Care as you like it: the construction of a consumer approach in home care in Denmark. Nordic Journal of Social Research, 2 (special issue). [open access]

Pfau-Effinger, B. & Rostgaard, T. (Eds.). (2011). Care between work and welfare in Europe. Houndsmills: Palgrave.

Sipilä,  J., Anttonen,  A., & Kröger, T. (2009). A Nordic welfare state in post-industrial society. In J. Powell & J. Hendricks (Eds.), The welfare state in post-industrial society. A global perspective. Dordrecht: Springer.

Stolt, R. & Winblad, U. (2009). Mechanisms behind privatization: A case study of private growth in Swedish elderly care. Social Science & Medicine, 68, (5), 903-911.

Stolt, R., Blomqvist, P., & Winblad, U. (2011). Privatization of social services: Quality differences in Swedish elderly care. Social Science & Medicine, 72, (4),  560-567.

Sundin, E. (2011).  Entrepreneurship and social and community care. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 5 , (3), 212 – 222. Doi: 10.1108/17506201111156689.

Sundin, E. (2011). Entrepreneurship and the reorganization of the public sector: A gendered story. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 32, (4), 631-653. Doi:10.1177/0143831X10392394.

Sundin, E. & Tillmar, M. (2010). Masculinisation of the public sector Local-level studies of public sector outsourcing in elder care.  International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2, (1). Doi: 10.1108/17566261011026547.

Szebehely, M. (2011). Insatser för äldre och funktionshindrade i privat regi [open access]. In L. Hartman (Ed.)Hartman, Laura (red.) (2011). Konkurrensens konsekvenser: vad händer med svensk välfärd. [The consequences of competition). Stockholm: SNS förlag. [open access]

Szebehely,  M. (ed.). (2005). Äldreomsorgsforskning i Norden: en kunskapsöversikt [Nordic eldercare research: an overview]. Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers.

Vabo, S.I. (2010). The territorial dimension of long-term care for older people. In Y. Kazepov (Ed.). Rescaling Social Policies: Towards multi-level governance in Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Vabo, S.I. (2010). Actors and governance arrangements in long-term care for older people In Y. Kazepov (Ed.). Rescaling Social Policies: Towards multi-level governance in Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Vabo, S. I. & Burau, V. (2011). Universalism and the local organisation of elderly care. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, (3/4). Doi:10.1108/01443331111120627.

Vabø, M. (2006) Caring for people or caring for proxy consumers? European Societies, 8, (3), 403–422. Doi:10.1080/14616690600821990.

Vabø, M. (2009). Home care in transition: The complex dynamic of competing drivers of change in Norway. Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 23, (3), 346-359.

Vabø, M. (2011). Changing governance, changing needs interpretations: implications for universalism. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31, (3/4), 197-208. Doi:10.1108/01443331111120618.

Vabø, M. & Szebehely, M. (In press). A Caring State for all Older People? In A. Anttonen, L. Häikiö & K. Stefansson (Eds.), Welfare State, Universalism and Diversity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Valokivi, H. (2004). Participation and citizenship of elderly persons: User experiences from Finland. Social Work in Health Care, 39, (1/2), 181-207.

Zechner, M. (2010). Global care and national social policies. IN L-W. Isaksen (Ed). Global care work. Gender and migration in Nordic Societies.