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Privatisation against the European social model
This book presents a comprehensive overview and critical analysis of the processes of liberalisation and privatisation, and their consequences for economic performance, social cohesion and political democracy in the European Union.
|Statement||edited by Marica Frangakis ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HD4139 .P75 2009eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xiv, 269 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|ISBN 10||0230250688, 0230224091|
|ISBN 10||9780230250680, 9780230224094|
The End of the European Social Model: Before It Began? 'The Union has today set itself a new strategic goal for the next decade: to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion' Declaration of the European Council, March. privatisation applied to the rest of the report. Section 2 provides a brief overview of privatisation trends in OECD countries since , including with respect to the national and sectoral variations. Section 3 reviews the main issues that government officials normally have to address prior to Size: KB.
Regulation Programme I should like to begin this lecture by declaring an interest, a practice that I understand is at times followed by some members of your Parliament. In addition to my work at the Hudson Institute, and at The Sunday Times, I serve as a consultant to News International, BSkyB, and several energy Continue reading "A Review of Privatisation and Regulation . As Tae-Woo Lee and Flynn (, ) have noted, the Anglo-Saxon model of port governance adopted in the UK has the overall goal of profitability, as opposed to the European model adopted.
The European Social Model in Crisis assesses social policy developments in each EU individual Member State on the basis of detailed empirical evidence and concrete case studies. The volume is a timely warning about the weakening of the European Social Model and its possibly devastating future effects. Privatisation of Public Services: The Role of Social Enterprises JPA Europe Limited (- ) Page 6 2. Theory. The general argument for privatisation of state owned enterprises is that free market competition forces lead to the more efficient delivery of products and services. It is argued.
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Privatisation against the European Social Model: A Critique of European Policies and Proposals for Alternatives th Edition by Marica Frangakis (Author), Christoph Hermann (Author), Károly Lóránt (Author), J. Huffschmid (Editor) & 1 moreCited by: 2.
Privatisation against the European Social Model A Critique of European Policies and Proposals for Alternatives Authors: Frangakis, Marica, Hermann, Christoph, Lorant, Karoly.
About this book. Introduction. This book addresses the EU as powerful driver of the wave of privatizations in the network industries and public services since the early s. Based on theoretical arguments and empirical studies it examines the impact of these policies on what is regarded as the normative pillars of the European Social Model.
Privatisation against the European social model: a critique of European policies and proposals for alternatives.
[Marica Frangakis;] -- This book presents a comprehensive overview and critical analysis of the processes of liberalisation and privatisation, and their consequences for economic performance, social cohesion and political.
Privatisation against the European Social Model A Critique of European Policies and Proposals for Alternatives Edited by Marica Frangakis, Christoph Hermann, Jörg Huffschmid and Károly Lóránt This book addresses the EU as powerful driver of the wave of privatisations in the network industries and public services since the early s.
Privatisation against the European social model: a critique of European policies and proposals for alternatives (book review)Author: S. Zartaloudis. The central themes of this book are the processes of liberalisation and privatisation and their consequences for economic development, social cohesion and political democracy in the European : Marica Frangakis, Christoph Hermann, Jörg Huffschmid, Károly Lóránt.
The ‘European social model’ is a phrase often heard in European discourse. This article describes the remarkable shift in meaning that the term has experienced in the last two : Christoph Hermann. Characteristics of the European Social Model.
Social Europe's overarching objective must be to create a more equal society: ending poverty and poverty wages, guaranteeing fundamental human rights, essential services and an income that enables every individual to live in dignity. The present discussion paper focuses on the Southern European social model, a construct that captures important similarities across the four Mediterranean countries of Greece, Italy, Portugal and File Size: KB.
“Privatisation” in the context of the current document refers to a transfer of corporate assets to the private sector rather than a transfer merely of activities. The following document is divided into two main parts: (1) the Framework for Privatisation and (2) the Process of Size: KB.
At the heart of the crisis, there is the challenge of redefining the social contract to safeguard the sustainability of Europe’s social economy model. This model, set out in the Maastricht Treaty, notably aims to promote “social justice”, “solidarity between generations” and “solidarity among Member States”.
privatisation policy and discusses the consequences of these developments for the European Social Model. In Section 1 the causes of the euro crisis, the macroeco-nomic consequences of the harsh austerity policy and the ensuing potential problems for the already jeopardised European Social Model are discussed.
Sections 2 to 4File Size: 1MB. A further defining feature of the European social model, when contrasted with that of the US, is the important role attributed to organisations of workers (trade unions) and employers in Europe. Although a report from Eurofound in points to a steady decline. European states do not all use a single social model, but welfare states in Europe do share several broad characteristics.
These generally include a commitment to full employment, social protections for all citizens, social inclusion, and democracy. Examples common among European countries include universal health care.
political left attempted to use the European Community to maintain the ‘European Social Model’. This clash of ideas was played out on the European stage in the late s as a battle between the pro-market British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, and the EU Commission President, Jacques Delors.
Mr Delors presented a Charter of Fundamental File Size: KB. Privatisation in Europe. The privatisation of public services is proceeding apace across Europe. Paolo Andruccioli examines what it means for consumers, workers, citizens - and democracy.
Even the chair of the EU’s competition authority is admitting that there may, after all. Out of a total population of million, a little more than 2 million are pensioners, unemployed, sick or on social transfer payments for other reasons. Aroundare Author: Capital Flows. The case for privatization, whether defined in a broad or narrow sense, has been forcefully made by its advocates against the backdrop of the much advertised poor performances of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and theoretical arguments relating to the efficiency of private firms over public enterprises.
Buy Social Policy and Privatisation (Longman Social Policy In Britain Series) 1 by Drakeford, Mark (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Mark Drakeford. Germany is the exception in this group – in most other contexts it is seen as one of Northern Europe’s welfare states, but its approach to social housing differs radically from that of its neighbours, as it is provided through time-limited subsidies mainly to private landlords (Droste and Knorr-Siedow, ).Cited by: The Social Agenda of the European Union and the Modernisation of the European Social Model Collegium, No.
33, Winter Stefaan Hermans 1 1 Stefaan Hermans works for the European Commission. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Programme for European Culture and Society at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. The article is written in own name.Institutions involved.
The Privatisation Agency was established at the beginning of the privatisation process, and is competent for the privatisation of the largest number of state-owned enterprises. It develops programmes and carries out so-called 'cash privatisation'- ie sale against cash or other means of payment, as opposed to the investment bonds used for 'mass privatisation'.