Andreas Cebulla
Andreas Cebulla
Australian Industrial Transformation Institute, Flinders University of South Australia
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The mutual constitution of risk and inequalities: intersectional risk theory
A Olofsson, JO Zinn, G Griffin, KG Nygren, A Cebulla, K Hannah-Moffat
Health, Risk & Society 16 (5), 417-430, 2014
Spotlight on refugee integration: findings from the Survey of New Refugees in the United Kingdom
A Cebulla, M Daniel, A Zurawan
UK Home Office, 2010
Meta-evaluation: Discovering what works best in welfare provision
K Ashworth, A Cebulla, D Greenberg, R Walker
Evaluation 10 (2), 193-216, 2004
Do welfare‐to‐work programmes work for long?
D Greenberg, K Ashworth, A Cebulla, R Walker
Fiscal Studies 25 (1), 27-53, 2004
Report on a meta-analysis of welfare-to-work programs
DH Greenberg, A Cebulla, S Bouchet
Institute for Research on Poverty, 2005
Class or individual? A test of the nature of risk perceptions and the individualisation thesis of risk society theory
A Cebulla
Journal of Risk Research 10 (2), 129-148, 2007
Returning to normality: substance users’ work histories and perceptions of work during and after recovery
A Cebulla, N Smith, L Sutton
British Journal of Social Work 34 (7), 1045-1054, 2004
Working beyond the state pension age in the United Kingdom: the role of working time flexibility and the effects on the home
A Cebulla, S Butt, N Lyon
Ageing & Society 27 (6), 849-867, 2007
A geography of insurance exclusion: perceptions of unemployment risk and actuarial risk assessment
A Cebulla
Area 31 (2), 111-121, 1999
Welfare-to-work: New Labour and the US experience
A Cebulla
Routledge, 2018
Welfare-to-work: New Labour and the US experience
A Cebulla
Routledge, 2018
Drug and alcohol use as barriers to employment: a review of the literature
L Sutton, A Cebulla, C Heaver, N Smith
© Loughborough University, for Department of Work and Pensions, 2004
Risk through the years–a statistical portrait of young people's risk perceptions and experiences relative to those of older generations
A Cebulla
Journal of youth studies 12 (1), 39-56, 2009
When welfare-to-work programs seem to work well: Explaining why Riverside and Portland shine so brightly
D Greenberg, K Ashworth, A Cebulla, R Walker
ILR Review 59 (1), 34-50, 2005
Proximal adolescent outcomes of gang membership in England and Wales
JJM Ariza, A Cebulla, J Aldridge, J Shute, A Ross
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 51 (2), 168-199, 2014
From job seekers to job keepers: job retention, advancement and the role of in-work support programmes
K Kellard, L Adelman, A Cebulla, C Heaver
Corporate Document Services, 2002
Perceptions of labour market risks: Shifts and continuities across generations
LN Predelli, A Cebulla
Current Sociology 59 (1), 24-41, 2011
The Road to Britain’s ‘New Deal’
A Cebulla
Welfare-to-work, 17-33, 2018
Educational attainment of blind and partially sighted pupils
J Chanfreau, A Cebulla
London: RNIB, 2009
The participation of senior citizens in policy-making: patterning initiatives in Europe
R Falanga, A Cebulla, A Principi, M Socci
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (1), 34, 2021
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