This was a busy conference, joint effort with several of great co-authors and session co-organizers, but came back inspired after the wonderful ESPAnet Conference that this year took place in Stockholm (September 5-7, 2019). With Guðný Björk Eyda from University of Iceland and Lenka Formankova from the Czech Academy of Sciences we I co-organized a double research session: Migrant and transnational families’ access to formal and informal welfare.
Then, I had the pleasure to presented two co-authored papers:
- EU home-run against all odds: the case of the work-life balance Directive – with Caroline De la Porte (Copenhagen Business School) and Trine Larsen (Copenhagen University);
- Intergenerational obligations in France and Ireland: Inheritance and pol-itics of long-term care – with Stephan Köppe (UCD), Clémence Ledoux and Sophie Garnier (University of Nantes). SESSION: Social Inequalities in Ageing.