DAISIE - PUBLICATIONS
- Le Feuvre, N., Rossier, T., Gauthier, J-A., Rougier, N., & Wernli, B. (2018). ‘The working conditions of older workers in comparative perspective’, Paper presented at the DIAL Thematic Workshop, ‘Labour Market Inequalities across the Life-course’, 15-16 November 2018, University of Turku, Finland.
- Le Feuvre, N., Madero-Cabib, I., & König, S. (2018). ‘A cross-national analysis of gendered retirement pathways and their determinants’, Paper presented at the DIAL Thematic Workshop, ‘Labour Market Inequalities across the Life-course’, 15-16 November 2018, University of Turku, Finland.
- Le Feuvre, N., Avramito, M., & Hugentobler, V. (2018). ‘Understanding stalled pension reforms in the Swiss context: a gender regime perspective’, Paper presented at the COST Action IS1409 Final Conference, ‘Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in western countries’, Institute for Life-course & Society, 22-23 November 2018, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland.
- Gauthier, J-A., Le Feuvre, N., Rossier, T., & Wernli, B. (2019). ‘Joint Influence of Family and Occupational Trajectories on Retirement Timing: A Cross-National Life Course Approach’, Paper presented at the 14th ESA Conference, ‘Europe and Beyond: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging’, 20-23 August 2019, University of Manchester, UK.
- LIVES Working paper, Special issue: DAISIE
by Nicky Le Feuvre
Ní Léime, Áine
OECD Policy Recommendations on Extending Working Lives. Research paper.
LIVES Working Paper 2019/77.5
- DIAL Conference in Turku (June 2019)
Talk by Áine Ní Léime (podcast): "The road to retirement – is it an equal one for people in sedentary and physically demanding jobs?"
DAISIE is a research project funded by the transnational research programme “Dynamics of Inequality Across the Life-course: structures and processes” (DIAL) in the framework of NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe), a partnership of nineteen national research funding agencies across Europe dedicated to leading and developing opportunities for scientists in the area of social and behavioural sciences.