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Doris Hanappi

Ex-Member of IP4, IP6

LIVES Publications

Girardin, N., Hanappi, D., & Le Goff, J. - M.. (2019). Couples alignment of pre-birth plans and post-birth realities in Switzerland: Non-normative adaptation to the one-and-a-half earner model. Dans D. Grünow & Evertsson, M. (Éd.), New Parents in Europe (p. 128–146). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781788972970.00016
Spini, D., Hanappi, D., & Bernardi, L.. (2017). La vulnérabilité: Un concept au carrefour des disciplines. Dans D. Jousset, Boles, J. - M., & Jouquan, J. (Éd.), Penser l'humain vulnérable. De la philosophie au soin (First., p. 69-76). Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
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Girardin, N., Bühlmann, F., Hanappi, D., Le Goff, J. - M., & Valarino, I.. (2016). The transition to parenthood in Switzerland: between institutional constraints and gender ideologies. Dans D. Grünow & Evertsson, M. (Éd.), Couples' Transitions to Parenthood (First., p. 146-170). Glos, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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Hanappi, D. (2014). Revisiting field theory. On taking Bourdieu to envisioned futures. Dans A. Christoforou & Lainé, M. (Éd.), Re-thinking economics: Exploring the work of Pierre Bourdieu (First., p. 161-173). Oxford: Routledge.
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Hanappi, D. (2013). Precarious Work: Agenda and implications for corporate social responsibility. Dans S. O. Idowu, Capaldi, N., Zu, L., & Das Gupta, A. (Éd.), Encyclopedia of corporate social responsibility (Vol. Volume 3 (I-R), p. 1880-1886). Berlin: Springer.
Hanappi, D. (2011). Economic action, fields and uncertainty. Journal of Economic Issues, XLV(4), 785-803. doi:10.2753/JEI0021-3624450402
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Hanappi, D. (2011). Field, habitus, and economic reason: Prospects of conceptualizing economic action. LIVES Working Papers, 2011(6), 1-20. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2011.6
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Hanappi, D. (2011). An integrative approach to managerial and professional careers in post-industrial labour markets. LIVES Working Papers, 2011(2), 1-28. doi:10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2011.2
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