Social Exclusion and European Policy (inbunden)
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Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Social Exclusion and European Policy (inbunden)

Social Exclusion and European Policy

Inbunden Engelska, 2001-10-01
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The purpose of this book is to analyse one of the most pressing social problems of recent years, namely exclusion. The authors bring a richness of perspective, drawing on the experiences of eight European countries and a range of disciplines from law and economics through to social policy and political studies. The EU is a special case worthy of study as it may be that the process of integration actually generates both problems and solutions to social exclusion. The authors focus on what can be achieved by European countries working together and pooling experiences. They show that not only is social exclusion ill-defined but that there are many differing concepts of social exclusion across Europe reflected in health, education, housing and employment. The book reveals the need for a strong dynamic element in policy, producing early and focused action for individuals and groups in society. While rejecting the need for transfers of income between countries, Social Exclusion and European Policy discusses whether there is something extra to be done at the EU level that cannot currently be carried out by member states or through existing co-operation. With its multi-disciplinary approach and emphasis on policy solution, this will be invaluable reading for policymakers within EU institutions, NGOs and scholars and researchers of European studies and social policy protection.
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Edited by the late David G. Mayes formerly, Professor of Banking and Financial Institutions, Director, Europe Institute and Director, NZ Governance Centre, University of Auckland, New Zealand, the late Jos Berghman, formerly Professor of Social Policy, K.U. Leuven University, Belgium and President, European Institute of Social Security and Robert Salais, Fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies, Nantes, and former Director, CNRS Research Centre, Institutions et Dynamiques Historiques de L'Economie, Cachan, France


Contents: Preface Introduction Part I: The Issue at Stake Part II: European Approaches to Social Exclusion Part III: Solutions References Index