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How do European states adjust to international markets? Why do French governments of both left and right face a crisis of public confidence? In this book, leading experts on France chart the dramatic changes that have taken place in its polity, economy and society since the 1980s and develop an analysis of social change relevant to all democracies. Exploring immigration, industrial relations, generational conflict, and politics, they find the roots of discontent in the transformation of a society exemplifying a 'new' Europe.



Notes on the Contributors

Introduction: The Politics of Social Change in France; P.A.Hall


Capitalism, Coordination, and Economic Change: The French Political Economy since 1985; P.D.Culpepper

New Patterns of Industrial Relations and Political Action since the 1980s; M.Lallement

The Transformation of Corporate Governance in France; M.Goyer


The Long Good Bye to Bismarck? Changes in the French Welfare State; B.Palier

Different Nation, Same Nationhood: The Challenges of Immigrant Policy; V.Guiraudon

Social Generations, Life Changes and Welfare Regime Sustainability; L.Chauvel


The Government of the European Union and a Changing France; A.Smith

The Ongoing March of Decentralization within the Post Jacobin State; P.Le Galès


The French Party System and the Crisis of Representation; G.Grunberg

Convergence, Fragmentation and Majority-Cycling in French Opinion; R.Balme

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