REMESO FORSKARSKOLA FORSKNINGS- PROGRAM Samverkan Kommunikation Information
Forskningsperspektiv REMESO kombinerar forskning om internationell migration och etniska relationer med analys av ekonomisk globalisering, arbetsmarknadens omvandling och välfärdsstatens förändringar. Tvärvetenskapligt, internationellt samarbete, sammankopplar forskning på global, transnationell, nationell och nationell nivå. Kombinerar policyanalys med studier om social inkludering och uteslutning. Kombinerar olika typer av metoder, bygger kvantitativa och kvalitativa databaser.
Migration Labour Market Restructuring & Social Inclusion Fas programmet FORSKNINS- PROGRAM REMESO 1 - Strukturer - REMESO 2 - Normer - REMESO 3 - Strategier -
Subprogram 1: International migration, changing welfare regimes and the political economy of ethnic labour market segmentation studies on migration, changing work organisation and ethnic segmentation in private and public sectors of the economy. work environments, occupational health and safety and national and supra-national institutions shaping industrial relations. It studies practices of the social partners for inclusion/exclusion of migrants and ethnic minorities informal processes based on the mobilisation of civil society and the instrumentalisation of social networks and social capital. informalisation of labour, recruitment and employment strategies institutional discrimination.
Subprogram 1: International migration, changing welfare regimes and the political economy of ethnic labour market segmentation social capital, the local and transnational networks career strategies of young people of migrant and ethnic minority background in cities marked by residential segregation, complex ethnic divisions of labour and the formation of new occupational niches. It relates the political economy of international migration and changing ethnic relations to the study of changing welfare regimes and labour market regulation and to the incremental influence of supra-national frameworks of governance in the EU and other regional formations.
Subprogram 1: International migration, changing welfare regimes and the political economy of ethnic labour market segmentation 1.1 Migration, Labour Market Restructuring, Ethnic and Gender Segmentation. Branch and Sector Oriented Studies, Carl-Ulrik Schierup 1.1.1 Informalization of Economy, Re-commodification of Labour and Migration, Zoran Slavnic 1.1.2 Taxi Sector, Zoran Slavnic 1.1.3 Subcontracting in Automobil Industry, Zoran Slavnic 1.1.4 Building Industry, Zoran Slavnic 1.1.5 Reorganisation of the public sector- changing gender and ethnic relations, E. Sundin 1.1.7 Trade unions globalisation and transnational solidarity, A Neergaard 1.2 Social networks, discrimination, labour market careers and segmentation processes, A. Neergaard 1.2.1 Social network and institutional discrimination- A comparative study of recruitment in large organisations, C-U. Schierup and A. Neergaard 1.2.2 Ethnicity gender and social networks in informal recruitment processes, A. Ålund and A. Neergaard
Subprogram 1: International migration, changing welfare regimes and the political economy of ethnic labour market segmentation 1.3 Scandinavian labour markets under pressure- International Migration, Recruitment Patterns and Institutional Change, M. Klinthäll 1.4 Social Capital, Networks and Socioeconomic Mobility Patterns Among Younger People of Immigrant Background in Swedish Cities, A. Ålund and S. Urban 1.4.1 Social stratification and polarisation, S. Urban 1.4.2 Contacts and Competence + SOCTIES 1.4.3 Career choices for young people with immigrant background - transitions, strategies and orientations in education and work, C. Lundqvist 1.4.4 From school to work and the impact of social capital, A. Behtoui
Sub programme 2 - Ethnic divisions, social exclusion/inclusion and the reconstitution of normative and legal frameworks examining the development of norms and standards within multilevel institutional frameworks and in a historical perspective addressed from a wide institutionalist socio-economic perspective. focusing on norms as part of the global and of regional and national communities and the role they play for social inclusion or exclusion of M&EM.
Sub programme 2 - Ethnic divisions, social exclusion/inclusion and the reconstitution of normative and legal frameworks 2.1 Norms in National Immigrations Policies, R. Johansson 2.2 Migration, Citizenship and the ‘Modernization’ of the European Social Model, Peo Hansen 2.3 Norm building processes and forms of policy governance, Maritta Soininen 2.4 The quest for fair globalization and a ‘decent work agenda’, Branka Likic-Brboric 2.5 Refugees, the Labour Market and the Welfare State, Martin Qvist
Subprogram 3: Post-national strategies for growth, inclusion and diversity local partnerships and the role of civil society in education migration, diversity and social inclusion as represented and dealt with in new multilevel steering and development strategies (e.g. the European structural and social funds) ethnic entrepreneurship - local and transnational – in programmes for growth, diversity and social inclusion
Subprogram 3: Post-national strategies for growth, inclusion and diversity 3.1.1 The Politics of Activation, Magnus Dahlstedt 3.1.2 Unequal Partners, M Dahlstedt 3.2.1 Implementation of the Swedish Governments policy goals, Ragnar Andersson 3.2.2 What is regionalism. An introduction to the concept of regionalism, J. Syssner 3.2.3 Is there a Regional Citizenship Nordic Outlooks. (Workshop), J. Syssner 3.2.4 Place Branding – a new form of urban and regional governance, J. Syssner 3.3.1 Working Conditions, Opportunity Structures, and Access to Welfare of Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Zoran Slavnic 3.3.2 Ethnic Entrepreneurship, Diaspora Communities and Socioeconomic Development, Klinthäll
Ytterligare projekt som inte ingår i fas-programmet, men som ingår i institutet (ofullständig) 1 Alcohol and Sexual Risk Taking Among Young People in Sweden: A Qualitative Study of Interpretations and Experiences of Safe and Unsafe Sexual Relations, Anna Bredström 2 European Integration and European Colonialism: Reconstructing a Historical Relation, Deconstructing a Current Historiography, Peo Hansen
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