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  1. More than a free lunch - A content analysis of the controversies surr…

    Gielens, E., Roosma, F., & Achterberg, P. (2022). More than a free lunch: A content analysis of the controversies surrounding Universal Basic Income on Dutch Twitter. Social Policy & Society .
  2. Who should get what and why? - Insights from welfare deservingness th…

    Laenen, T., & Roosma, F. (2022). Who should get what and why? Insights from welfare deservingness theory. In M. A. Yerkes, & M. Bal (Eds.), Solidarity and social justice in contemporary societies: An interdisciplinary approach to understanding inequalities (pp. 65-75). Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. A struggle for framing and interpretation - The impact of the ‘Basic …

    Roosma, F. (2022). A struggle for framing and interpretation: The impact of the ‘Basic Income Experiments’ on social policy eform in the Netherlands. European Journal of Social Security, 24(3), 192-212.
  4. Conditionality of solidarity in the Netherlands - An analysis of thre…

    van Oorschot, W. J. H., Gielens, E., & Roosma, F. (2022). Conditionality of solidarity in the Netherlands: An analysis of three waves of the European Values Study. In R. Luijkx, T. Reeskens, & I. Sieben (Eds.), Reflections on European Values: Honouring Loek Halman's contribution to the European Values Study (pp. 404-416). (European Values Series; Vol. 2). Open Press TiU.
  5. Recent advances in understanding welfare attitudes in Europe

    van Oorschot, W. J. H., Laenen, T., Roosma, F., & Meuleman, B. (2022). Recent advances in understanding welfare attitudes in Europe. In K. Nelson, R. Nieuwenhuis, & M. A. Yerkes (Eds.), Social policy in changing European societies: Research agendas for the 21st century (pp. 202–217). Edward Elgar Publishing.

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