1. Where are the PIGS? Still a Southern European Welfare Regime? Goeran Therborn 2. The Southern European Welfare Model in the Post-industrial Order. Still a distinctive cluster? Pau Mari-Klose and Francisco Javier Moreno-Fuentes 3. Youth, Family Change and Welfare Arrangements. Is the South still so different? Pau Mari-Klose and Luis Moreno 4. The Myth of Mediterranean Familism. Family values, family structure and public preferences for state intervention in care Ines Calzada and Clem Brooks 5. Bridge Over Troubled Waters. Family, gender and welfare in Portugal in the European context Analia Torres, Bernardo Coelho and Miguel Cabrita 6. Redefining the Dynamics of Intergenerational Family Solidarity in Spain Jordi Cais and Laia Folguera 7. The Southern European Migrant-based Care Model. Long-term care and employment trajectories in Italy and Spain Barbara Da Roit, Amparo Gonzalez Ferrer and Francisco Javier Moreno-Fuentes 8. Is Social Protection in Greece at a Crossroads? Maria Petmesidou 9. Female Employment and the Economic Crisis. Social change in Northern and Southern Italy Alberta Andreotti, Enzo Mingione and Jonathan Pratschke
Francisco Javier Moreno-Fuentes is a Research Fellow at CSIC and holds a BA in Sociology (UCM), a Master in Social Sciences (Juan March Institute, Spain), an MSc in Social Policy (LSE, UK), and a PhD in Political Science (UAM, Spain). His research focuses on the comparative analysis of public policies such as immigration, welfare regimes, and urban policies. Pau Mari-Klose is Assistant Professor at the University of Zaragoza, Spain and holds a BA in History (UB), a Master in Social Sciences (Juan March Institute, Spain), a MA in Sociology (University of Chicago, USA), and a PhD in Sociology (UAM). His main interests lie in the study of inequalities and social policies such as child poverty, education, intergenerational relations.