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Rik van Berkel
Rik van Berkel
Associate professor at Utrecht School of Governance, Utrecht University
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Active social policies in the EU: Inclusion through participation?
R van Berkel, I Hornemann Møller
Policy Press, 2002
3772002
Making it personal: individualising activation services in the EU
R van Berkel, B Valkenburg
Policy Press, 2007
2512007
Ways forward in livelihood research
M Kaag
Globalization and development: Themes and concepts in current research, 49-74, 2004
2152004
Introduction: The governance of activation
R Van Berkel, V Borghi
Social policy and society 7 (3), 331-340, 2008
195*2008
The governance of active welfare states
R Van Berkel, W De Graaf, T Sirovátka
The governance of active welfare states in Europe, 1-21, 2011
1892011
The provision of income protection and activation services for the unemployed in ‘active’welfare states. An international comparison
R Van Berkel
Journal of social policy 39 (1), 17-34, 2010
1852010
New modes of governance in Italy and the Netherlands: the case of activation policies
V Borghi, R Van Berkel
Public administration 85 (1), 83-101, 2007
1712007
Activation work: policy programme administration or professional service provision?
R Van Berkel, P Van der Aa
Journal of social policy 41 (3), 493-510, 2012
1572012
The relationship between cleaner production and industrial ecology
R Van Berkel, E Willems, M Lafleur
Journal of Industrial Ecology 1 (1), 51-66, 1997
1551997
Individualised service provision in an era of activation and new governance
V Borghi, R Van Berkel
International journal of sociology and social policy 27 (9/10), 413-424, 2007
1542007
Frontline delivery of welfare-to-work policies in Europe: Activating the unemployed
R Van Berkel, D Caswell, P Kupka, F Larsen
Taylor & Francis, 2017
1492017
The marketization of activation services: a modern panacea? Some lessons from the Dutch experience
R Van Berkel, P Van der Aa
Journal of European social policy 15 (4), 329-343, 2005
1342005
The concept of activation
R Van Berkel, IH Møller
Active social policies in the EU, 45-72, 2002
1342002
European citizenship and social exclusion
M Roche, R Van Berkel
Routledge, 2018
1222018
New modes of governance in activation policies
R Van Berkel, V Borghi
International journal of sociology and social policy 27 (7/8), 277-286, 2007
1062007
Professionals without a profession? Redesigning case management in Dutch local welfare agencies: Professionals zonder professie? Klantmanagement in Nederlandse sociale diensten
R Van Berkel, P Van der Aa, N Van Gestel
European Journal of Social Work 13 (4), 447-463, 2010
103*2010
The decentralisation of social assistance in The Netherlands
R Van Berkel
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 26 (1/2), 20-31, 2006
1002006
Performance management, caseloads and the frontline provision of social services
R Van Berkel, E Knies
Social Policy & Administration 50 (1), 59-78, 2016
982016
Decentralization and centralization: Governing the activation of social assistance recipients in Europe
R Minas, S Wright, R van Berkel
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 32 (5/6), 286-298, 2012
862012
Innovating job activation by involving employers
P Van der Aa, R Van Berkel
International Social Security Review 67 (2), 11-27, 2014
842014
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