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European social model in crisis : is europe losing its soul?, edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead

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European social model in crisis : is europe losing its soul?
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European social model in crisis
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is europe losing its soul?
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edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
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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. Under the pressure of the 2008 financial crisis and the subsequent introduction of austerity measures across Europe, many countries have reformed basic elements of the model including social protection, pensions, public services, workers' rights, quality of jobs, working conditions and social dialogue, often undermining social cohesion. These trends have raised questions: Is Europe currently losing its legacy? If so, what are the social and economic implications, both in the short and longer term? The European Social Model in Crisis assesses social policy developments in each EU individual member state on the basis of detailed empirical evidence and concrete case studies. This book issues a timely warning about the dismantling of the European Social Model, presenting its possibly devastating future effects and proposing more balanced policy options.Scholars and researchers of labour economics, European studies and social policy will find the experts' contributions offered in this book to be an invaluable reference. Policy-makers in European and international institutions will be inspired by its comparative analysis and alternative policy proposals.--
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  • European Union countries
  • Public welfare
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European social model in crisis : is europe losing its soul?, edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
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This content is available to youChapter 1: The European Social Model in times of crisis: An overview Daniel Vaughan-WhiteheadDownload PDF (884.7 KB)You do not have access to this contentChapter 2: The Baltic States: Convergence with the European Social Model or further liberalization? Jaan Masso, Kerly Espenberg and Inta MierinaYou do not have access to this contentChapter 3: France's social model: Between resilience and erosion Jérôme GautiéYou do not have access to this contentChapter 4: The German welfare state: From an inclusive to an exclusive Bismarckian model Gerhard BoschYou do not have access to this contentChapter 5: The Greek social model: Towards a deregulated labour market and residual social protection Maria KaramessiniYou do not have access to this contentChapter 6: Recent changes moving Hungary away from the European Social Model Ágota Scharle and Dorottya SzikraYou do not have access to this contentChapter 7: Italy: Continuity and change in welfare state retrenchment Annamaria SimonazziYou do not have access to this contentChapter 8: The European Social Model in a context of crisis and austerity in Portugal Pilar González and António FigueiredoYou do not have access to this contentChapter 9: Turning back before arriving? The weakening of the Spanish welfare state Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo and José-Ignacio AntónYou do not have access to this contentChapter 10: The Swedish social model: Resilience and success in turbulent times Dominique AnxoYou do not have access to this contentChapter 11: Britain's social model: Rapid descent from 'liberal collectivism' to a 'market society' Damian GrimshawThis content is available to youIndex Edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
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FIEb1763412x
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24 cm.
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xii, 627 pages
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9789221286554
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unmediated
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rdamedia.
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(OCoLC)933293975
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European social model in crisis : is europe losing its soul?, edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
Publication
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volume
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rdacarrier.
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text
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rdacontent.
Contents
This content is available to youChapter 1: The European Social Model in times of crisis: An overview Daniel Vaughan-WhiteheadDownload PDF (884.7 KB)You do not have access to this contentChapter 2: The Baltic States: Convergence with the European Social Model or further liberalization? Jaan Masso, Kerly Espenberg and Inta MierinaYou do not have access to this contentChapter 3: France's social model: Between resilience and erosion Jérôme GautiéYou do not have access to this contentChapter 4: The German welfare state: From an inclusive to an exclusive Bismarckian model Gerhard BoschYou do not have access to this contentChapter 5: The Greek social model: Towards a deregulated labour market and residual social protection Maria KaramessiniYou do not have access to this contentChapter 6: Recent changes moving Hungary away from the European Social Model Ágota Scharle and Dorottya SzikraYou do not have access to this contentChapter 7: Italy: Continuity and change in welfare state retrenchment Annamaria SimonazziYou do not have access to this contentChapter 8: The European Social Model in a context of crisis and austerity in Portugal Pilar González and António FigueiredoYou do not have access to this contentChapter 9: Turning back before arriving? The weakening of the Spanish welfare state Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo and José-Ignacio AntónYou do not have access to this contentChapter 10: The Swedish social model: Resilience and success in turbulent times Dominique AnxoYou do not have access to this contentChapter 11: Britain's social model: Rapid descent from 'liberal collectivism' to a 'market society' Damian GrimshawThis content is available to youIndex Edited by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
Control code
FIEb1763412x
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 627 pages
Isbn
9789221286554
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
System control number
(OCoLC)933293975

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