Stephan Dahmen

Ex-Member of IP205

LIVES Publications

Dahmen, S., Bonvin, J. - M., & Beuret, B.. (2017). The dynamics of youth policies in Switzerland: between participation and activation. In H. - U. Otto, Egdell, V., Bonvin, J. - M., Atzmüller, R., & Kepler, J. (Eds.), Empowering Young People in Disempowering Times (pp. 144–159). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
PDF icon Chapter(PDF) (159.55 KB)
Bonvin, J. - M., Beuret, B., & Dahmen, S.. (2017). Analyzing inequality and disadvantadge from a capability perspective. In H. - U. Otto, Egdell, V., Bonvin, J. - M., Atzmüller, R., & Kepler, J. (Eds.), Empowering Young People in Disempowering Times (pp. 23–38). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
PDF icon Chapter(PDF) (157.73 KB)
Bonvin, J. - M., & Dahmen, S.. (2017). The Swiss Welfare State System: with Special Reference to Education Policy. In C. Aspalter (Ed.), The Routledge International Handbook to Welfare State Systems (pp. 274–290). Oxford, UK: Routledge.
PDF icon Chapter(PDF) (2.29 MB)
Bonvin, J. - M., & Dahmen, S.. (2017). L’investissement social, une nouvelle voie pour la protection sociale?. In J. - M. Bonvin & Dahmen, S. (Eds.), Investir dans la protection sociale - atouts et limites pour la Suisse / Reformieren durch Investieren? Chancen und Grenzen des Sozialinvestitionsstaats in der Schweiz (pp. 7-18). Zurich, Switzerland: Seismo.
PDF icon Chapter (PDF) (1.46 MB)
Bonvin, J. - M., & Dahmen, S.. (2017). La voie de l’investissement social: impasse ou promesse d’un Etat social plus juste?. In J. - M. Bonvin & Dahmen, S. (Eds.), Investir dans la protection sociale - atouts et limites pour la Suisse / Reformieren durch Investieren? Chancen und Grenzen des Sozialinvestitionsstaats in der Schweiz (pp. 125-140). Zurich, Switzerland: Seismo.
PDF icon Chapter (PDF) (1.93 MB)
Dahmen, S. (2014). The theoretical orthodoxy of children’s and youth agency and Its contradictions: Moving from normative thresholds to a situated assessment of children’s and youth lives. In D. Stoecklin & Bonvin, J. - M. (Eds.), Children’s rights and the capability approach. Challenges and prospects (pp. 153-173). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9091-8_8