Entries by Philipp Linden

Publication: Rather sick and unemployed than “just” unemployed?

The first project publication is online! What role does stigmatization, triggered by a status of unemployment, play in the lives of affected persons? How widespread and stressful is such a stigmatization? And does the perceived stigmatisation change as a result of medicalisation, e.g. when those affected are exempted from the compulsory job search/recording due to […]

MEPYSO at the IAB workshop: “Unemployment and welfare dynamics”

Nadine Reibling and Philipp Linden participated in the workshop “Unemployment and welfare dynamics” in November 2018. The international conference dealt mainly with the following questions: How long do individuals remain unemployed and which paths through welfare can be identified? Which institutional, economic or individual factors influence the length and duration of unemployed episodes? Under what […]