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The future of European social policy

The future of European social policy

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Chiefly papers from the International Conference on Social Policy and Socialism, held at Leeds Polytechnic Apr. , The study of social policies offers a broader view on the relationships between politics and society. Drafting a social policy is a political process due to the fact that this area cannot be analyzed independently, without referring to other public activities. Social policies should be regarded as results of other policies.

  We argue that, although difficult to predict, the implications of Brexit for future social policy in the UK and EU may not be so far-reaching as in some other policy areas, due largely to the maintenance of unanimous voting and the subsidiarity principle in many social domains, combined with the shift towards soft law and the widespread Cited by: 3. Kingdom’s membership of the European Union, and considers the implications of Brexit for future UK and EU social policy. The Founding Treaties of the European Economic Community (EEC) in were primarily market driven; social development was a later by-product. When the UK joined the EEC, by approving theFile Size: KB.

The European social model is a common vision many European states have for a society that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working ian Tony Judt has argued that the European social model "binds Europe together" in contrast to the 'American way of life'.. European states do not all use a single social model, but welfare states in Europe do share. description: Product Description: This accessible textbook offers a comparative analysis of social policy in the new Eastern Europe, including the former Soviet assesses past developments, the problems of the present transitional period and prospects for the future. Bringing together leading specialists on the social policy of the former Soviet Union, Hungary.


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European Social Policy, Today and Tomorrow discusses the future of the European Community focusing on nine member-countries. The book discusses that if the members of the European Community were to survive and prosper, they should develop a viable social policy focusing on the problems and priorities of the common man.

They succeed in doing that. The book is intended for students in comparative social policy or East European studies, especially those in social policy, politics and administration. But the book is also suitable for policy makers, politicians and their advisors in the East European countries themselves.

Moreover a general public with an interest in social policy will find a good introduction and a rich Format: Paperback. "A revision of the papers and comments presented at an international conference on the future of European social policy held at the University of Utrecht in April "--Introduction.

Description: xvi, pages ; 25 cm. Series Title: European monographs, 1. Responsibility: Lammy Betten (ed.) ; views and comments by Alexandre Berenstein [and. On March 1the European Commission set out a White Paper on the Future of Europe. There was none of the fierce debate that might have been expected after the UK’s Brexit vote and application to leave: the European Union simply remained trapped in its daily routine.

European Social Policy, Today and Tomorrow discusses the future of the European Community focusing on nine member-countries. The book discusses that if the members of the European Community were to survive and prosper, they should develop a viable social policy focusing on the problems and priorities of the common Edition: 1.

This Handbook will comprise of 29 original pieces from key contributors to the field of European social policy. It is intended to capture the ‘state of the art’ in European social policy and to generate and contribute to debates on the the future of European social policy in the 21st Century. This volume presents the development of social policy in the EU and analyzes the substance of particular policies, such as industrial relations, immigration, agriculture, and gender equality.

The. The future of the social state is, throughout the world, uncertain, but, as Piketty argues, it is of the utmost importance. The dominant paradigm for thinking about social policy both in terms of government action and academic analysis has been the social service model, as exemplified in the work of Richard : David Piachaud.

A defining ideal of the European project is that economic prosperity and social progress should go hand in hand. The EU’s current framework policy Europe has set targets on five key outcomes, which are progressing well regarding employment but only slowly regarding combating poverty and social exclusion.

Drawing on research done on welfare states around the world and on European integration, this book provides a distinctive and sophisticated account of social policy in Europe, showing how it must now be understood in the context of multi-level governance in which EU institutions play a pivotal role.

Read more Read less click to open popoverCited by: Indeed this book contains a detailed account of the policies required across a broad field, from economic sustainability and extending working lives, to healthy ageing, technological innovation, long term care and political citizenship, for the successful adaptation to the challenges of ageing in Europe and globally.

It is a policy manifesto to ensure that the future of ageing in Europe is transformed. The strategy of the book 4 Chapter outlines 7 1 European Social Policy – 11 West European policy in the early postwar years 12 Early European integration theory 14 EU social policy in the s 21 EU social policy in the s 27 Theoretical evolution: the revenge of realism/ intergovernmentalism 29 2 European Social Policy – White paper on the future of Europe The debate on the future of Europe starts with the white paper and ends with the European Parliament elections in The white paper is the European Commission's contribution to the 25 March Rome Summit, where EU leaders will discuss the achievements of the past 60 years and the future of the Union of Most contributions to this Social Europe series suggest the latter; namely, the observed rise of inequalities in Europe is driven by EU policies to a large extent.

Some blame the EU for embracing the neo-liberal agenda of deregulation, marketization, privatization, and cuts to social services. Global Social Policy examines trends in global inequity and summarizes the diverse experiences of different welfare regimes across the world. The authors review the social policies of international organizations such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, UN Agencies and the European Union, and show them to be engaged in heated.

Perspectives on the Evolution of European Social Policy Introduction 1 Overview of most important developments in EU social policy 2 Sovereignty and Social Policy 16 Globalisation and Social Policy in the EU 22 Striking a Balance.

26 Towards a Synthesis – Developing Welfare within the EU 36 List of FiguresFile Size: KB. During the meeting, Social Economy Europe was invited -by Jens Nilsson MEP, Co-President of the SEIG- to produce a document on the future of the EU policies for the social economy to be delivered to Vice-President Jyrki Katainen and Commissioners Thyssen and Bieńkowska in the first months of This book provides the first comprehensive treatment of the economic and social aspects of European Social Policy, and draws important conclusions for the future of the European Union.

Read more Read less click to open popover Special offers and product promotions3/5(1). The social policy goals of the European Semester include the reduction of population living at risk of poverty by 20 million.

During the Semester, country-specific reports are produced on the economic and social development of the member states as well as future projections. 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.

The volume is a timely warning about the weakening of the European Social Model and its possibly devastating future effects. An Introduction to Social Policy. explores essential welfare topics, themes and issues for students studying social policy or related disciplines such as sociology, social work, or nursing and social care.

- Part One examines key concepts including welfare, social justice, diversity and health and well-being. - Part Two explores policy issues in relation to key stages of the lifecourse.DefinitionSocial policy – policy that responds to social need – is a key strand of EU policy.

Since the s, the role of the European Union in social affairs has gradually been expanded. European social policies aim to promote employment, improve living and working conditions, provide adequate social protection and combat social exclusion.Table of contents for Journal of European Social Policy, 30, 1,