3 edition of The European Social Model found in the catalog.
The European Social Model
by Europa Law Pub Netherlands
Written in English
|Contributions||Michele Colucci (Editor), Roger Blanpain (Editor), Salvatore Sica (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||275|
Book Description: The notion of the European Social Model (ESM) has been one of the fastest growing in European political and academic discourse in recent years. It is conventionally used to describe the European experience of simultaneously promoting sustainable economic growth and social cohesion. Social Europe Volume Two This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily accessible ebook and paperback formats. The collection is newly edited with a thematic focus on the rise of populism and also includes in text-form previously unpublished material from Social Europe.
The central theme of this book is the challenges facing the European Social Model, its political institutions and the democratic elements embedded in its structures. Ever since the s, discussions about the future of continental welfare states, the democratic deficit of Europeanlevel institutions or the emergence of right-wing populism as a. Highly valued by its citizens, the European social model is a defining feature of Europe and the European Union yet is under threat from the effects of both globalisation and the aftermath of the financial crisis. The Sustainability of the European Social Model addresses this issue in light of the current crisis that changed the landscape.
In a globalized world, the “European social model” is a doomed mirage. This conclusion is typically drawn even by “liberal” American observers, who differ from conservative (and neoconservative) critics only in deriving no pleasure from it. The question ‘Can there be a European social model?’ that was formulated by the conveners of the CIDEL project remains interesting all the same, even if it is difficult to answer through academic research, when we consider a European social model as a collective legitimising strategy of European integration Such a model may emerge.
individual travel-cost method
code of social principles
In the playground
Uncle Toms cabin
Escape and fantasy
Parish Church of St. Werburgh, Spondon, Derby
Communication with and without words
Technical documentation standards for computer programs and computer-based systems used in engineering
Parasites of marine mammals
About this book. The European Social Model is at a crossroad. Although from the s onwards, the threat of an imminent crisis shaped much of the rhetoric surrounding the future of the welfare state, disagreement within the academic community remains.
What is however increasingly clear is that with the global financial crisis and the Euro crisis that followed it, the challenges the European Social Model. The European social model—a system that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working conditions—has long been a guideline for setting government policy Author: Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead.
Employment and Inequality in the Era of Monetary Integration. Edited by Jon Erik Dolvik and Andrew Martin. Description. Europeans use 'social models' to refer to the combination of welfare state, industrial relations, and educational institutions jointly structuring what.
Abstract This timely book explores the development of the European Social Model and questions whether the relatively high level of social protection provided, both in terms of social welfare provision and in the creation of workers’ rights and employment regulation, is sustainable.
Individual chapters are listed in the "Related works & more" tabCited by: 1. Edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead This is the first book to provide a comprehensive and systematic assessment of the impact of the crisis and austerity policies on all elements of the European Social Model.
This book assesses the situation in each individual EU member state on the basis of detailed empirical evidence and concrete case studies.
The European Social Model is at a crossroad. Although from the s onwards, the threat of an The European Social Model book crisis shaped much of the rhetoric surrounding the future of the welfare state, disagreement within the academic community remains.
1st Edition Published on July 4, by Routledge This book seeks to analyse the development of the European Union (EU), which was founded upon the principle o The Political Economy of the European Social Model - 1st Edition - Phi.
The European Social Model has been an integral part of the construction of the European Community and has been effective in stimulating its economic growth. This social dimension represents the soul of the European Union, and has been envied and adopted by other regions and countries in the world.
1st Edition Published on July 4, by Routledge This book seeks to analyse the development of the European Union (EU), which was founded upon the principle o The Political Economy of the European Social Model - 1st Edition - Phi Garland Science Website Announcement. The European Social Model is an example for the rest of the world of a society based on social justice and solidarity, where economic and social advancement take equal priority, and where decent work and social protection combat poverty and social exclusion.
The Commission’s White Paper on social policy (COM (94) ) described a ‘European social model’ in terms of values that include democracy and individual rights, free collective bargaining, the market economy, equal opportunities for all, and social protection and solidarity.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: European social model. Antwerpen: Intersentia, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. ENHR Welcome. Socio-economic cohesion and convergence were key principles underpinning the European social model, which emerged as the continent was trying to recover from the devastating wounds fascism and Nazism had inflicted on it.
The book is an amalgamation of the scientific and political agendas which led to the European strategy for the knowledge-based economy adopted by the European Union. It is the only book by a single sociologist to make a systematic comparison of virtually all west European countries in relation to Japan and the U.S.A., and across a Cited by: The European Social Model and Enlargement.
(level 1) Maarten Keune (por aparecer en: Unwrapping the European social model, M. Jepsen y A. Serrano (eds) Bristol: Policy Press) Introduction (level 2) In Mayafter a long period of preparation, eight former state-socialist countries joined the European.
PDF | On Jan 1,Simona Maria Stanescu and others published Modelul social european (European Social Model) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Downloadable. There seems to be a broad consensus in Europe that there is a European Social Model (ESM), typical of European societies and that this model should be protected and developed.
But the ESM is an ambiguous notion: is it a simple description of the actual state of European societies. Is this a normative concept. Is it consistent with contemporary evolution marked by economic. Critique of the European Social Model Lively debates have been generated ever since the emergence of the European Social Model concept.
A simple Google search of the term brings results. Refining the search by associating it with the term “success” brings results, the term “failure” brings and with “rethinking”.
The End of the European Social Model: Before It Began. 'The Union has today set itself a new strategic goal for the next decade: to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion' Declaration of the European Council, March.
For instance, the completion of a single European market was accompanied by strengthening the European Union social, cohesion, and environmental policies. Skip to 1 minute and 30 seconds According to the European Trade Union Confederation, we can talk of five fundamental elements of the European social model.
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