The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing
Our project employs a Polanyian lens to investigate how care and housing are provisioned in contemporary societies by analysing care and housing regimes in three European cities: Amsterdam, Budapest and Vienna. Specific case studies are selected to shed light on current dynamics of marketization and social protection and to scrutinize interdependencies between both research areas.
Polanyian Perspectives on Care and Housing
Benjamin Baumgartner, Valentin Fröhlich, Florian Pimminger, Hans Volmary (Eds.): The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing Working Paper of the DOC-team 114: “The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing”, No. 1/2021, Linz & Vienna, 2021.
Benjamin Baumgartner & Hans Volmary: Variegated Housing Regimes. A Comparison of Housing Provision Across European Countries. Working Paper of the DOC-team 114: “The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing”, No. 1/2022, Vienna, 2022.
Presentations at Academic Conferences
Aulenbacher, B., Fröhlich, V., Pimminger, F.: Live-in-Care, Caring Communities und die Diskussion um die Zukunft des Sorgens am Beispiel häuslicher Altenbetreuung und -pflege. Momentum22: Transformation, Hallstatt, 13.-16. Oktober 2022.
Baumgartner, B. & Volmary, H.: Towards Variegated Housing Regimes. Consolidating Current Debates. ENHR Conference Barcelona. The Struggle for the Right to Housing at Barcelona School of Architecture, 31. August -02. September 2022.
Baumgartner, B. & Volmary, H.: Variegated Housing Regimes. A Framework for Comparing Housing Provision in Amsterdam, Budapest, and Vienna. Research Workshop: "The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing: Insights from Karl Polanyi". International workshop of the DOC-team 114, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 4.-5. May 2022.
Fröhlich, V. & Pimminger, F.: Live-in-Care and Caring Communities at the Intersection of Path-Dependency and Innovation: A Comparison of the Care-Regimes in the Netherlands, Austria and Hungary. ESPANET 2022 Vienna. Social Policy Change between Path Dependency and Innovation at University of Vienna, 14.-16. September 2022.
Fröhlich, V. & Pimminger, F.: Senior Care Provision between Market and Community: Contested Care-Regimes in Amsterdam, Budapest, and Vienna. Research Workshop: "The Contested Provisioning of Care and Housing: Insights from Karl Polanyi". International workshop of the DOC-team 114, Vienna University of Economics and Business, 4.-5. May 2022.
Fröhlich, Valentin & Pimminger, Florian: The Contested Market- and Community-Shift in Senior Care: Live-In-Care and Caring Communities in the Care-Regimes of Austria, Hungary, and the Netherlands. 17th EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists) Biennial Conference. EASA2022: Transformation, Hope and the Commons, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen's University Belfast, 26.-29. July 2022.
Aulenbacher, B., Leiblfinger, M., & Prieler, V. (2020). The promise of decent care and the problem of poor working conditions: Double movements around live-in care in Austria. sozialpolitik. ch, 2(5), 2-5.
Aulenbacher, B., Leiblfinger, M., & Prieler, V. (2020). „Jetzt kümmern sich zwei slowakische Frauen abwechselnd um meinen Vater…“Institutionelle Logiken und soziale Ungleichheiten in der agenturvermittelten 24h-Betreuung. Intersektionalität, Arbeit und Organisation, 160-174.
Aulenbacher, B., & Leiblfinger, M. (2019). The" fictitious commodity" care and the reciprocity of caring: a Polanyian and neo-institutionalist perspective on the brokering of 24-hour care. In Capitalism in Transformation. Edward Elgar Publishing. 245-260.
Aulenbacher, B., Décieux, F., & Riegraf, B. (2018). Capitalism goes care: elder and child care between market, state, profession, and family and questions of justice and inequality. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal.
Aulenbacher, B., Décieux, F., & Riegraf, B. (2018). The economic shift and beyond: Care as a contested terrain in contemporary capitalism. Current Sociology, 66(4), 517-530.
Bärnthaler, R., Novy, A., & Stadelmann, B. (2020). A Polanyi-inspired perspective on social-ecological transformations of cities. Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-25.
Novy, A., Bärnthaler, R., & Stadelmann, B. (2019). Navigating between improvement and habitation: Countermovements in housing and urban infrastructure in Vienna. In Capitalism in Transformation. Edward Elgar Publishing, 228-244.