Social Policy and the Eurocrisis: Quo Vadis Social Europe
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In this study, an international and multidisciplinary team take stock of the promise and shortfalls of 'Social Europe' today, examining the response to the Eurocrisis, the past decade of social policy in the image of the Lisbon Agenda, and the politics that derailed a more Delorsian Europe from ever emerging.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In this study, an international and multidisciplinary team take stock of the promise and shortfalls of 'Social Europe' today, examining the response to the Eurocrisis, the past decade of social policy in the image of the Lisbon Agenda, and the politics that derailed a more Delorsian Europe from ever emerging.
Autorenporträt
Andreas Bieler, Nottingham University, UK Paul Copeland, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Ben Crum, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands Mary Daly, University of Oxford, UK Anne Dufresne, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium Mikkel Mailand, Employment Relations Research Center (FAOS), Denmark
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction: the Pursuit of Social Europe in the face of the European crisis
Amandine Crespy and Georg Menz 2. Social Europe and the Eurozone crisis: the Importance of the Balance of Class Power in Society
Andreas Bieler 3. Collapsing New Buildings: The Three-Pronged Attack on European Social Policy
Georg Menz 4. Social Europe and Scandinavia: Direct and Indirect Pressure on Former Role Models
Mikkel Mailand 5. Euro-unionism and Wage Policy
Anne Dufresne 6. The Vanishing Promise of a More 'Social' Europe: public services before and after the debt crisis
Amandine Crespy 7. The Europe 2020 Poverty Target and Economic Governance
Paul Copeland and Mary Daly 8. A Multi-Layered Social Europe? Three Emerging Transnational Social Duties in the EU
Ben Crum 9. Conclusions
Amandine Crespy and Georg Menz
Rezensionen
"Social Policy and the Euro Crisis analyses the reasons behind the ever deeper departure of the European integration process from the notion of a supranational social market space. ... mainly targets an academic audience, the book is free of excessive jargon and technical references, so that even non-specialists can enjoy the reading. ... an intriguing effort, which provides thought-provoking empirical evidence for further research on the possibility to pursue shifts of balances and orientations within Europe for future policy outputs." (Michelangelo Vercesi, EuVisions, euvision.eu, March, 2017)