Federica Rossetti
Federica Rossetti
Researcher, Sciensano & KU Leuven
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Why deservingness theory needs qualitative research: Comparing focus group discussions on social welfare in three welfare regimes
T Laenen, F Rossetti, W van Oorschot
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 60 (3), 190-216, 2019
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
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
The multidimensionality of public support for basic income: a vignette experiment in Belgium
T Laenen, A Van Hootegem, F Rossetti
Journal of European Public Policy 30 (5), 849-872, 2023
“First the Grub, then the Morals”? Disentangling the Self-Interest and Ideological Drivers of Attitudes Towards Demanding Activation Policies in Belgium
F Rossetti, K Abts, B Meuleman, M Swyngedouw
Journal of Social Policy, 1-21, 2020
Explaining public support for demanding activation of the unemployed: The role of subjective risk perceptions and stereotypes about the unemployed
F Rossetti, B Meuleman, S Baute
Journal of European Social Policy 32 (5), 497-513, 2022
RESISTIRE D4. 3 Summary report on qualitative indicators-cycle 3
L Sandström, AC Callerstig, S Strid, L Lionello, F Rossetti
Citizens’ views on (un) conditionality in the activating welfare state: What determines public attitudes towards work obligations attached to social rights?
F Rossetti
How Europeans Combine Support for Social Rights and Work Obligations of the Unemployed: Effects of Individual Predictors and Institutional Design
F Rossetti, B Meuleman
Social Indicators Research 170 (2), 485-505, 2023
Resistire: agenda for future research. Addressing the impacts of Covid-19 policies on gendered inequalities-cycle 3
L Sandström, S Strid, AC Callerstig, AG Altınay, N Türker, P Ensari, ...
Resistire/Zenodo, 2023
Opinies van burgers over activering: Een nieuw ideologisch conflict?
B Meuleman, A Van Hootegem, F Rossetti, K Abts
Skribis; Gent, 2023
Wie wordt warm van activering? De ideologische strijd rond activering
B Meuleman, A Van Hootegem, F Rossetti, K Abts
Samenleving en Politiek 30 (7), 6-12, 2023
The ideological roots of the activation paradigm: How justice preferences and unemployment attributions shape public support for demanding activation policies
A Van Hootegem, F Rossetti, K Abts, B Meuleman
International Journal of Social Welfare, 2023
Agenda for future research: addressing the impacts of COVID-19 policies on gendered inequalities (2nd cycle)
S Strid, L Sandström, AC Callerstig, H Adak, C Aglietti, AG Altınay, ...
Resistiré Consortium, 2022
Agenda for future research: to address the impact of COVID-19 policies on gendered inequalities
I Živković, A Kerremans, A Denis, S Strid, AC Callerstig, T Axelsson, ...
Resistiré Consortium, 2021
Is it (only) self-interest? Public support for demanding activation of the unemployed in times of labour market insecurities
F Rossetti
ECPR General Conference, Date: 2018/08/22-2018/08/25, Location: Hamburg, 2018
“First the grub, then the morality”? Disentangling the mechanisms driving attitudes towards ‘enforcing’activation policies
F Rossetti, K Abts, B Meuleman, M Swyngedouw
Belgian-Dutch Political Science Conference, Date: 2018/06/07-2018/06/08 …, 2018
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