Economic Citizenship in the European Union: Employment Relations in the New Europe by Paul TeagueEconomic Citizenship in the European Union: Employment Relations in the New Europe by Paul Teague

Economic Citizenship in the European Union: Employment Relations in the New Europe

byPaul TeagueEditorPaul Teague

Hardcover | March 16, 1999

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Paul Teague explores the macro-economic, productive and institutional pressures faced by Europe's social model and assesses a number of economic and political programmes aimed at resolving the crisis. It also considers the role of the European Union building a social dimension to the European economy.
The findings suggest that the future of traditional institutions of Social Europe is under threat. However, they also stress that we are not on the threshold of the 'Americanisation' of European life. This study finds that the influential political forces that reject the dismantling of Europe's social model should not be preoccupied with defending inherited institutions. Instead this book argues that they should encourage the construction of new forms of social solidarity compatible with the complexities of modern economic life.
Title:Economic Citizenship in the European Union: Employment Relations in the New EuropeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.3 inPublished:March 16, 1999Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415170516

ISBN - 13:9780415170512

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Written for those involved in the fields of politics and economics, this book addresses employment relations in Europe. The contributors featured in this text examine the macroeconomic, productive and institutional problems associated with Europe’s social model. Economic Citizenship in the Union contends the EU should develop new forms of social solidarity that are more harmonious with modern economic life.