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Social Europe and Scandinavia - impacts on and impacts from work and employment regulation
Mikkel Mailand
Artikel i antologien 'Social Policy and the Eurocirsis – Quo Vadis Social Europe', Palgrave Macmillan, Oktober 2015

Formulating European work and employment regulation during the  pre-crisis years: Coalition building and institutional inertia
Mikkel Mailand og Jens Arnholtz
Artikel i Journal of European Social Policy, 6. april 2015

Coalition building, organisational inertia and variation by content - The struggle over European work and employment regulation
Mikkel Mailand og Jens Arnholtz
Paper til ILERA European Congress 2013, Amsterdam, Holland, 20.-22. juni 2013 og til SASE Conference, Milano, Italien, 27.-29. juli 2013

Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions and decision-making arenas. Summary report (report 5)
Mikkel Mailand og Jens Arnholtz
Forskningsnotat fra FAOS, Sociologisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, august 2013

Slowing down Social Europe? The struggle over work and employment regulation
Mikkel Mailand
Artikel i Industrial Relations Journal, vol. 44, issue 3, maj 2013

Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions and decision-making arenas. The employment policy area (report 3)
Mikkel Mailand
Forskningsnotat fra FAOS, Sociologisk Institut, Københavns Universitet, august 2011

Slowing down Social Europe? The role of coalitions in the struggles over work and employment regulation
Mikkel Mailand
Paper til the 18th International Conference of Europeanists, Barcelona, 20.-22. juni 2011

The common European flexicurity principles: How a fragile consensus was reached
Mikkel Mailand
Artikel i European Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 16, nr. 3, september 2010

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