publications

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Van Hooren, F. (2018), ‘Intersecting Social Divisions and the Politics of Differentiation: Understanding Exclusionary Domestic Work Policy in the Netherlands’Social Politics 25, 1: 92-117. Download

Kramer, D., J. Sampson Thierry & F. van Hooren (2018), ‘Responding to Free Movement, Quarantining Mobile Union Citizenship in European Welfare States’Journal of European Public Policy,25, 10: 1501-1521. Download

Eleveld, A & F. van Hooren, (2018), ‘The Governmentalization of the Trade Union and the Potential of Union-Based Resistance: The Case of Undocumented Migrant Domestic Workers in the Netherlands’Social & Legal Studies 27, 5: 596-615. Download

Van Hooren, F. B. Apitzsch, C. Ledoux, (2018), ‘The Politics of Care Work and Migration’, in A. Weinar, S. Bonjour & L. Zhyznomirska (eds.), Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Migration in EuropeAbingdon & New York: Routledge. Download

Van Hooren, F., 2017, ‘The Welfare State Under Pressure’, in Van Praag (ed.), Political Science and Changing Politics, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (also published in Dutch).

Soentken, M., F. van Hooren & D. Rice, (2017) ‘The impact of social investment reforms on income and activation in the Netherlands’, in Hemerijck, A. (ed.) The Uses of Social Investment, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Download

EARLIER PUBLICATIONS (BEFORE 2017)

Monographs

Starke, P., A. Kaasch, F. van Hooren, (2013), The Welfare State as Crisis Manager: Explaining the diversity of policy responses to economic crisis, Houndmills, Basigstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Van Hooren, F. (2011), Caring Migrants in European Welfare Regimes: The politics and practice of migrant labour filling the gaps in social care‘, Dissertation, European University Institute, Florence.

Journal articles (peer-reviewed)

Van Hooren, F., P. Starke,  A. Kaasch, (2014), ‘The shock routine: economic crisis and the nature of social policy response‘, Journal of European Public Policy 21, 4: 605-623.

Starke, P., A. Kaasch, F. van Hooren, (2014), ‘Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states‘, Journal of Social Policy 47, 2: 225-246.

Van Hooren, F. (2012), ‘Varieties of migrant care work, comparing patterns of migrant labour in social care’, Journal of European Social Policy 22, 2: 133-147.

Van Hooren, F. and U. Becker (2012), ‘One welfare state, two care regimes: Understanding developments in child and elderly care policies in the Netherlands’, with Uwe Becker, Social Policy & Administration 46, 1: 83-107.

Van Hooren, F. (2012), ‘Weinig vreemde handen aan de Nederlandse bedden’, Beleid & Maatschappij. 2012, 1: 43-58.

Van Hooren, F. (2008), ‘Welfare provision beyond national boundaries. The politics of migration and elderly care in Italy’, Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche [Italian Journal of Public Policy] 3: 87-113.

Book chapters

Van Hooren, F. (2014), ‘Migrant Care Work in Europe: Variety and Institutional Determinants’, in M. Léon (ed.), The Transformation of Care in European Societies, Palgrave Macmillan.

Van Hooren, F. (2010), ‘When Families Need Immigrants: The Exceptional Position of Migrant Domestic Workers and Care Assistants in Italian Immigration Policy‘, Bulletin of Italian Politics, 2 (2): 21-38.

Van Hooren, F. (2010), ‘Potrzeby pielęgnacyjne rodziny we Włoszech a instytucjonalizacja usług opiekuńczych świadczonych przez migrantów’ [Because families need them: The institutionalisation of migrant care work in Italy], in S. Bernini and E. Les, Przemiany Rodziny i Ich Implikacje dla Polityki Rodzinnej w Polsce i we Wloszech [Changes in Family Life and their Implications for Family Policy in Poland and Italy], Warsaw: University of Warsaw Press.

Van Hooren, F. & U. Becker (2006), ‘Sekseverhoudingen, patriarchaat, en biologisch determinisme’, in U. Becker. and P. Van Praag (eds.), Politicologie: Basisthema’s en Nederlandse Politiek, Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.

For more publications, including conference papers, see my full CV)