jledbp

Department of Business and Politics

Janine
Leschke
Associate professor


Room: POR/1-1.14
Tel:
+4538153662
E-mail: jle.dbp@cbs.dk
Research directories and social medias
Curriculum Vitae
Primary research areas
  • EU labour market and social policy
  • Comparative welfare state analysis
  • Labour market segmentation
  • Cross-border labour mobility
  • Working conditions and job quality
Links
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Presentation

 Janine Leschke is an associate professor at the Department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School. She is Ph.D. coordinator for DBP in the Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies (OMS). She joined DBP in 2012. Previously she worked as a senior researcher at the European Trade Union Institute and as a PhD candidate at the labour market policy and employment unit of Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Free University of Berlin. Her research interests encompass EU labour market, social policy and comparative welfare state analysis. She has co-led a number of small international network projects and has been part of a range of European funded projects (e.g. Senior partner in Marie Curie Initial Training Network ‘Education as welfare: Enhancing capabilities for socially vulnerable youth in Europe’). She has been member of several European and national advisory committees among them the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC) at Eurostat, the Council of Europe (committee on fostering social mobility) and Eurofound (advise on projects on job quality and youth). She is associate editor of the Industrial Relations Journal, member of the scientific advisory board of WSI Mitteilungen, and IZA policy fellow.

Courses
  • Co-coordinator “Regional Integration and the EU” (BSc International Business and Politics)
  • Bachelor project coordinator (BSc International Business and Politics)
  • Co-coordinator “EU, the Internal Market and Business Strategy” (Elective)
  • Quantitative methods II (practical exercises) (BSc Business Administration and Sociology)
Supervision
  • PhD thesis supervision in the framework of the Marie Curie Initial Training Network ‘Education as welfare (EduWel): Enhancing capabilities for socially vulnerable youth in Europe’; PhD thesis assessment for European Mention
  • Bachelor thesis supervision (BSc International Business and Politics and BSc Business Administration and Sociology)
  • Master thesis and internship report supervision (BSc International Business and Politics)
Other teaching activities

Ph.D. coordinator for DBP in the Doctoral School of Organisation and Management Studies (OMS).

Selected publications
  • Leschke J. and M. Jepsen (2012). Introduction: Crisis, policy responses and widening inequalities in the EU, International Labour Review, special issue ‘The crisis, inequalities and social policy in the EU’, Vol. 151(4), p. 289-312.
  • Galgóczi, B., J. Leschke and A. Watt (eds.) (2009) EU Labour Migration since Enlargement: Trends, Impacts and Policies, Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Keune, M., J. Leschke and A. Watt (eds.) (2008) Privatisation and liberalisation of public services in Europe. An analysis of economic and labour market impacts, Brussels: ETUI.
  • Leschke, J. & Watt, A. (2014) Challenges in Constructing a Multi-dimensional European Job Quality Index, in: Social Indicators Research, Volume 118, Issue 1 (2014), Page 1-31: DOI: 10.1007/s11205-013-0405-9.
  • Bothfeld, S. & Leschke, J. (2012). ‘More and better jobs’: is quality of work still an issue – and was it ever?. Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research. Special Issue ‘EU social and employment policy under the Europe 2020 strategy’, 18(3), 337-353.
  • Leschke, J. (2011). Transition from Unemployment to Work and the Role of Active Labour Market Policies during the Lisbon Strategy Period and the Economic Crisis. German Policy Studies, 7(1), 135-170.
  • Leschke, J. (2009). The segmentation potential of non-standard employment: A four-country comparison of mobility patterns. International Journal of Manpower. Special Issue: Unemployment and labour market policies: novel approaches, 30(7), 692-715.
  • Galgóczi, B. & Leschke, J. & Watt, A. (Eds.). (2012). EU Migration and Labour Markets in Troubled Times: Skills Mismatch, Return and Policy Responses. Aldershot, Ashgate.
  • Leschke, J. (2008). Unemployment insurance and non-standard employment: four European countries in comparison. Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
Publications & dissemination
2016
Janine Leschke; Martin Seeleib-Kaiser; Thees Spreckelsen; Christer Hyggen; Hans Christian Sandlie / D 6.4 : Labour Market Outcomes and Integration of Recent Youth Migrants from Central - Eastern and Southern Europe in Germany, Norway and Great Britain.
Brighton : STYLE. University of Brighton 2016, 87 p. (STYLE Working Papers, No. 4, Vol. 6)
Working paper
Thees Spreckelsen; Janine Leschke; Martin Seeleib-Kaiser / D 6.4a : Labour Market Integration of young EU Migrant Citizens in Germany and the UK.
Brighton : STYLE. University of Brighton 2016, p. 39 (STYLE Working Papers, Vol. 6.4)
Working paper
Janine Leschke; Mairéad Finn / Tracing the Interface between Numerical Flexibility and Income Security for European Youth during the Economic Crisis
Brighton : STYLE. University of Brighton 2016, 35 p. (STYLE Working Papers, No. WP10.a)
Working paper
Janine Leschke / Zwischenbilanz und Verbesserungspotenziale der Europa-2020-Strategie
In: W S I Mitteilungen, Vol. 69, No. 1, 2016, p. 66-69
Comment/debate
2015
Janine Leschke; Béla Galgóczi / Arbeitskräftemobilität in der EU im Angesicht der Krise : Gewinner und Verlierer.
In: W S I Mitteilungen, Vol. 68, No. 5, 2015, p. 327-337
Journal article
Helen Russell; Janine Leschke; Mark Smith / Balancing Flexibility and Security in Europe : The Impact on Young Peoples’ Insecurity and Subjective Well-being.
Paper presented at 2015 Annual ESPAnet Conference, 2015
Paper
Raul Eamets; Katrin Humal; Miroslav Beblavý; Ilaria Maselli; Kariappa Bheemaiah; Mark Smith; Mairéad Finn; Janine Leschke / D 10.1 : Mapping Flexibility and Security Performance in the Face of the Crisis.
Brighton : STYLE. University of Brighton 2015, 36 p. (STYLE Working Papers, No. 1, Vol. 10)
Working paper
Helen Russell; Janine Leschke; Mark Smith / D 10.3 Balancing Flexibility and Security in Europe : The Impact on Young Peoples’ Insecurity and Subjective Well - being.
Brighton : STYLE. University of Brighton 2015, 46 p. (STYLE Working Papers, No. 3, Vol. 10)
Working paper
Janine Leschke; Kurt Vandaele / Explaining Leaving Union Membership by the Degree of Labour Market Attachment : Exploring the Case of Germany.
In: Economic and Industrial Democracy, 16.9.2015
Journal article
Jacqueline O'Reilly; Werner Eichorst; András Gábos; Kari Hadjivassiliou; David Lain; Janine Leschke; Seamus McGuiness; Lucia Mýtna Kurekóva; Tiziana Nazio; Renate Ortlieb; Helen Russel; Paola Villa / Five Characteristics of Youth Unemployment in Europe : Flexibility, Education, Migration, Family Legacies, and EU Policy.
In: Sage Open, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2015, p. 1-19
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