Femke Roosma
Femke Roosma
Bijz. hoogleraar Den Uyl leerstoel Universiteit van Amsterdam / Assistant prof. Tilburg University
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The multidimensionality of welfare state attitudes: A European cross-national study
F Roosma, J Gelissen, W Van Oorschot
Social indicators research 113, 235-255, 2013
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare: Attitudes to welfare deservingness
W van Oorschot, F Roosma, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017
The preferred role and perceived performance of the welfare state: European welfare attitudes from a multidimensional perspective
F Roosma, W Van Oorschot, J Gelissen
Social science research 44, 200-210, 2014
Public opinion on basic income: Mapping European support for a radical alternative for welfare provision
F Roosma, W Van Oorschot
Journal of European Social Policy 30 (2), 190-205, 2020
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare and welfare deservingness
W Van Oorschot, F Roosma
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare, 3-34, 2017
The Achilles’ heel of welfare state legitimacy: Perceptions of overuse and underuse of social benefits in Europe
F Roosma, W Van Oorschot, J Gelissen
Journal of European Public Policy 23 (2), 177-196, 2016
Welfare deservingness opinions from heuristic to measurable concept: The CARIN deservingness principles scale
B Meuleman, F Roosma, K Abts
Social Science Research 85, 102352, 2020
A just distribution of burdens? Attitudes toward the social distribution of taxes in 26 welfare states
F Roosma, W Van Oorschot, J Gelissen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (3), 376-400, 2016
The social legitimacy of differently targeted benefits
W Van Oorschot, F Roosma
European Union; Brussels, 2015
The weakest link in welfare state legitimacy: European perceptions of moral and administrative failure in the targeting of social benefits
F Roosma, W Van Oorschot, J Gelissen
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 55 (6), 489-508, 2014
The deservingness logic applied to public opinions concerning work obligations for benefit claimants
F Roosma, M Jeene
The Social Legitimacy of Targeted Welfare, 189-206, 2017
The past, present and future of European welfare attitudes: Topline results from round 8 of the European Social Survey
B Meuleman, W Van Oorschot, D Gugushvili, S Baute, S Delespaul, ...
ESS Topline Series, 2018
Deservingness in the eye of the beholder: A vignette study on the moderating role of cultural profiles in supporting activation policies
E Gielens, F Roosma, P Achterberg
International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (4), 442-453, 2019
An unconditional basic income? How Dutch citizens justify their opinions about a basic income and work conditionality
F Rossetti, F Roosma, T Laenen, K Abts
Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy 36 (3), 284-300, 2020
Changing public support for welfare sanctioning in Britain and the Netherlands: A persuasion experiment
A Kootstra, F Roosma
Social Policy & Administration 52 (4), 847-861, 2018
A multidimensional perspective on the social legitimacy of welfare states in Europe
F Roosma
The perceived deservingness of COVID-19 healthcare in the Netherlands: a conjoint experiment on priority access to intensive care and vaccination
T Reeskens, F Roosma, E Wanders
BMC public health 21, 1-8, 2021
Recent advances in understanding welfare attitudes in Europe
W van Oorschot, T Laenen, F Roosma, B Meuleman
Social policy in changing European societies, 202-217, 2022
Evaluating the fruitfulness of deservingness theory
B Meuleman, F Roosma, W van Oorschot
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare, 335-351, 2017
A struggle for framing and interpretation: The impact of the ‘Basic Income Experiments’ on social policy reform in the Netherlands
F Roosma
European Journal of Social Security 24 (3), 192-212, 2022
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