9780415260220

Will Europe Work?: Integration, Employment and the Social Order

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    9780415260220

  • ISBN10:

    0415260221

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-11-08
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

This title brings together some of the leading names in European sociology to look at the construction of this new European social order through changing patterns of employment and welfare and changing definitions of citizenship.

Table of Contents

List of figures
vii
List of tables
viii
List of contributors
ix
Acknowledgements xiii
Introduction: will Europe work? 1(18)
Martin Kohli
Mojca Novak
PART I Working in Europe: towards a new social model 19(74)
International competition, supranational integration, national solidarity: the emerging constitution of ``Social Europe''
21(14)
Wolfgang Streeck
Will Social Europe work?
35(17)
Joakim Palme
Class, gender and inequality: the role of welfare states
52(21)
Walter Korpi
Employment and labor market policies in South Europe
73(20)
Maria Petmesidou
PART II Working on Europe: constructing identities 93(50)
State borders, border regions and the construction of European identity
95(16)
Liam O'Dowd
Our time: Europe in the age of global networks and flowing identities
111(16)
Risto Heiskala
Contradictory trends in constructing European citizenship: beyond the gender gap
127(16)
Chiara Saraceno
PART III Working on Europe: perspectives and institutions 143(52)
Missing a European public sphere
145(14)
Jurgen Gerhards
Micro-foundations of postindustrial transformation
159(11)
Gosta Esping-Andersen
The language constellation of the European Union
170(12)
Abram De Swaan
European sociology or a sociology of Europeans?
182(13)
Dominique Schnapper
Index 195

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