Forschungsgruppe Altern und Lebenslauf (FALL)

Veröffentlichungen: ?Kohli/Novak (eds.) 2001

 

Martin Kohli &: Mojca Novak (eds.) (2001): Will Europe Work? Integration, Employment and the Social Order. London: Routledge, (216 Seiten, £ 60.00, ISBN 0415260221).



In the post war years European integration was driven by nation states attempting to stimulate economic growth and social cohesion through European trade and cooperation. The results were prosperous and unified Western European societies were based on full employment and redistributive welfare states. However, in today's Europe - a Europe subject to increasing international competition fuelled by both economic and cultural globalisation - the European social model needs to be re-examined, yet its emphasis on cohesion remains crucial for the future of Europe as a unified polity. Will Europe Work? 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 and identity.

This collection is divided into three sections. The first asks how recent developments have changed the old European model of employment and social protection, and outlines a possible new European social model. The second focuses on the questions of European identity and European borders, with special emphasis on cultural divisions such as ethnicity. The third concentrates on institutions such as citizenship and language, and reflects on sociology's ability to address European integration and the new European social order.


Contents:

Introduction
(Martin Kohli and Mojca Novak)

International Competition, Supernatioanl Integration, National Solidarity: The Emerging Constitution of "Social Europe"
(Wolfgang Streeck)

Will Social Europe Work?
(Joakim Palme)

Gender, Class and Patterns of Inequality in Different Types of Welfare States
(Walter Korpi)

Employment and Labour Market Policies in South Europe
(Maria Petmesidou)

State Borders, Border Regions and the Construction of European Identity
(Liam O'Dowd)

Our Time: Europe in the Age of Global Networks and Flowing Identities
(Risto Heiskala)

Constructing Europe, Constructing European Citizenship: Contradictory Trends
(Chiara Saraceno)

Missing a European Public Sphere
(Jürgen Gerhards)

Micro-foundations of Postindustrial Transformation
(Gøsta Esping-Andersen)

The Language Constellation of the European Union
(Abram De Swaan)

European Sociology or a Sociology of Europeans?
(Dominique Schnapper)


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