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Governing Work and Welfare in a New Economy: European and American Experiments

Опубликовано на портале: 02-02-2007
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003, 300 с.
Europe and the United States confront common challenges in responding to the transformations of work and welfare in the 'new economy', and there are signs of far-reaching changes in the role of government as a direct result. This volume presents the latest research by a team of outstanding international contributors. Parts One and Two examine new approaches to the governance of work and welfare in the EU and the US respectively; and Part Three surveys emergent trends and reflects on future possibilities.

Introduction: Governing Work and Welfare in a New Economy: European and American Experiments , Jonathan Zeitlin

Part 1: Experimenting with the Work-Welfare Nexus: The European Union

2. New Governance, Employment Policy, and the European Social Model , David M. Trubek and James Mosher

3. The European Employment Strategy, Multi-level Governance, and Policy Coordination , Janine Goetschy

4. Recalibrating Europe's Welfare Regimes , Maurizio Ferrera and Anton Hermerijck

5. National 'Pacts' and EU Governance in Social Policy and the Labor Market , Martin Rhodes

6. Decentralizing Employment Protection in Europe: Territorial Pacts and Beyond , Ida Regalia

7. Local Labor Market Policies and Social Integration in Europe: Potential and Pitfalls of Integrated Partnership Approaches , Adalbert Evers

Part 2: Experimenting with the Work-Welfare Nexus: The United States

8. US Welfare Reform: The Big Experiment , Joel Handler

9. Organizing the US Labor Market: National Problems, Community Strategies , Paul Osterman

10. Part of the Solution: Emerging Workforce Intermediaries in the United States , Laura Dresser and Joel Rogers

11. Health Care and Low-wage Work in the United States: Linking Local Action for Expanded Coverage , Louise Trubek

Part 3: Governing Work and Welfare in a New Economy: Emergent Patterns and Future Possibilities

12. Work and Welfare: Toward a Capability Approach , Robert Salais

13. Sovreignty and Solidarity: The EU and the US , Joshua Cohen and Charles Sabel

14. Governing Work and Welfare in a Global Economy , Alain Supiot