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In the spotlight: Subjective insecurity and the role of institutions
This special issue of the Journal of European social policy (Vol. 24/2014 no. 4) aims to understand how institutions generate and moderate the outcomes of subjective insecurity, as well as to overcome some of the methodological limitations of previous studies. The introduction provides a state-of-the-art literature review and unfolds the research question addressed in the special issue. It concludes with some thoughts for future research in the field of social insecurity and institutions.
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