Journal of European Social Policy

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of European Social Policy is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
The political economy of individual-level support for the basic income in Europe32
Thirty years of welfare chauvinism research: Findings and challenges31
The social investment litmus test: Family formation, employment and poverty29
Learning losses and educational inequalities in Europe: Mapping the potential consequences of the COVID-19 crisis27
The concept of care: Insights, challenges and research avenues in COVID-19 times26
Unravelling deservingness: Which criteria do people use to judge the relative deservingness of welfare target groups? A vignette-based focus group study25
Avoiding material hardship: The buffer function of wealth23
Breadwinning or on the breadline? Female breadwinners’ economic characteristics across 20 welfare states22
COVID-19 and policies for care homes in the first wave of the pandemic in European welfare states: Too little, too late?21
Targeting within universalism19
The political consequences of housing (un)affordability17
Post-crisis developments in young adults’ housing wealth16
The disability employment gap in European countries: What is the role of labour market policy?15
Taking subnational and regional welfare states seriously: Insights from the Quebec case15
Speaking social Europe: A paradigmatic shift in the European Commission Presidents’ social policy discourse?15
Integrating refugees through active labour market policy: A comparative survey experiment14
Non-monetary poverty and deprivation: A capability approach13
Closure, equality or organisation: Trade union responses to EU labour migration13
What a social investment ‘litmus test’ must address: A response to Plavgo and Hemerijck13
Family policies’ long-term effects on poverty: a comparative analysis of single and partnered mothers13
Welfare chauvinism across benefits and services12
Labour market protection across space and time: A revised typology and a taxonomy of countries’ trajectories of change12
What’s not to like? Benefit design, funding structure and support for universal basic income11
Disabled but not deserving? The perceived deservingness of disability welfare benefit claimants11
The welfare state in really hard times: Political trust and satisfaction with the German healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic10
States of violence: Exploring welfare state regimes as violence regimes by developing a violence regimes index10
Institutional logics of service provision: The national and urban governance of activation policies in three European countries9
Unions and the rights of migrants in the long run9
Public policies supporting families with children across welfare regimes: An empirical assessment of six European countries9
Gender and attitudes toward welfare state reform: Are women really social investment promoters?9
Measuring returns on social investment beyond here-and-now redistribution: A commentary on Parolin and Van Lancker’s response article8
The welfare state and support for environmental action in Europe8
Inheritance, gifts and the accumulation of wealth for low-income households8
Reducing mommy penalties with daddy quotas8
Bringing EU citizens together or pulling them apart? The European Health Insurance Card, east–west mobility and the failed promise of European social integration8
Wealth accumulation and retirement preparedness in cross-national perspective: A gendered analysis of outcomes among single adults8
Social inclusion and collective skill formation systems: policy and politics8
Poverty in the EU using augmented measures of financial resources: The role of assets and debt7
Gender and education inequalities in parental employment and earnings when having a child with increased care needs: Belgium versus Norway7
When things go wrong with you, it hurts me too: The effects of partner’s employment status on health in comparative perspective7
Towards a new consolidated framework for analysing benefit coverage7
SOS incomes: simulated effects of COVID-19 and emergency benefits on individual and household income distribution in Italy7
Populations trust in the child protection system: A cross-country comparison of nine high-income jurisdictions7
Indicators of familialism and defamilialization in long-term care: A theoretical overview and introduction of macro-level indicators7
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