Resocialising Europe in a Time of Crisis.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (544 p.)ISBN: 9781107497283Subject(s): Equality -- Europe | Europe -- Economic conditions -- 21st century | Europe -- Social conditions -- 21st century | Labor -- Europe | Labor laws and legislation -- Europe | Labor policy -- EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Resocialising Europe in a Time of CrisisDDC classification: 331.12/042094 | 331.12042094 LOC classification: HD8376.5 .R47 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Preface; Contributors; Introduction The myths and realities of 'Social Europe'; Part I Social Europe and the crisis of idea(l)s; 1 Towards a European policy on work; 1. Introduction; 2. The subjective dimension of work; 3. Communities of work; 4. The work of nations; 5. Towards a European policy on work; 2 Entrenching neo-liberalism: the current agenda of European social policy; 1. Introduction; 2. Shifts in European social policy; 3. Testing the neo-liberal thesis; 4. Co-ordination and coverage in collective bargaining
3 Completing economic and social integration: towards labour law for the United States of Europe1. Introduction; 2. United States of Europe; 3. Triple paradox; 4. The next step is fundamental; 5. Europe state of mind; 6. Balancing as valuing; 7. Economic governance; 8. Labour law in a resocialised Europe; 4 International labour standards and EU labour law; 1. Introduction; 2. The International Labour Code; 3. The future role of labour standards; 4. The relation between international labour standards and EU labour law; 5. Limits and perspectives
6. How to make the co-operation between ILS and EU labour law more efficientA. EU-ILO co-operation on international labour standards and sustainable development; B. Developing countries; C. Corporate social responsibility and private sector; D. Gender; E. Sustainable development and human rights; F. The influence of ILO anti-discrimination rules on EU law; G. A way forward; 7. Conclusions; 5 The European Social Charter: could it contribute to a more Social Europe?; 1. Introduction; 2. The ESC's contribution to promoting social rights; 3. ESC guarantees and mechanisms
4. The ESC's protective dimension5. The ESC's dynamic dimension; 6. Contributing to a more social Europe?; 7. Conclusion; 6 Completing the picture: the complex relationship between EU anti-discrimination law and 'Social Europe'; 1. Introduction; 2. The expanded scope of EU anti-discrimination law; 3. The 'Leftist' critique of European anti-discrimination law; 4. Weighing the potential of anti-discrimination law; 5. 'Self-correcting' anti-discrimination law: anti-subordination and substantive equality; 6. Conclusion; 7 Breaking the mould: equality as a proactive duty; 1. Introduction
1. Proactive duties in UK Law2. Proactive models and reflexive law; 3. The due regard standard and judicial review; 4. Using a deliberative model to achieve equality; 5. Specifying the aims; 6. Conclusion; 8 The sovereign debt crisis and the evolution of labour law in Europe; 1. Introduction; 2. European labour law prior to the crisis: social policy in an increasingly neo-liberal economic framework; 3. Deregulation and feedback loops between financial and labour markets during the crisis; 4. The response to the crisis: internal devaluation and labour law in the Eurozone States
A. Underlying rationale and the process of change in national labour law systems
A critical assessment of European social policy that suggests ways to improve coverage of fundamental labour standards in Europe.
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