6 edition of Economic and social cohesion in Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Achille Hannequart.|
|LC Classifications||HC241.2 .E278 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||91035859|
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With discussions of a full internal market within the EC finally reaching fruition, and regular intergovernmental talks advancing the ideas of economic, monetary and perhaps eventually political union, economic and social cohesion has become a major objective of Community al disparities remain a hard fact of Community by: 2.
Economic and Social Cohesion in Europe: A New Objective Achille Hannequart With discussions of a full internal market within the EC finally reaching fruition, and regular intergovernmental talks advancing the ideas of economic, monetary and perhaps eventually political union, economic and social cohesion has become a major objective of Community policy.
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This book gives a clear insight into the EC's efforts to reduce regional inequalities in Europe, assessing the effectiveness of key EC policies such as the structural funds. It also analyses regional income disparities within the EC, the effects of economic integration on Europe's poorer areas and the strategic options of the less-developed regions and countries in Europe.
This volume presents a new perspective for discussing the European social contract and its main challenges, bringing together single-nation and comparative studies from across Europe. Presenting both theoretical discussions and empirical case studies, it explores various aspects of social cohesion, including social protection, the labour market, social movements, healthcare, social inequalities.
Economic, social and territorial cohesion. In order to promote its overall harmonious development, the European Union is strengthening its economic, social and territorial cohesion. In particular, the EU aims to reduce disparities between the levels of development of its various regions.
Economic, social and territorial cohesion must continue to be at the core of the Europe strategy. Major differences between EU regions and within Member States still exist, hence the importance of the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund (CF).
Vasco Cal The second report on economic and social cohesion, which was adopted by the European Commission on 31 Januarymarks the beginning of the debate on the cohesion policy after The ﬁrst report, which was adopted ingave rise to the Agenda proposals and the Berlin summit decisions on the ﬁnancial perspective for Author: Vasco Cal.
Global cities in Western Europe have been historically characterized by a strong association between social cohesion and economic competitiveness.
However, in the last decade this stability has been affected by strains induced by the trends toward globalisation and by rising social inequalities. The process of integration of Europe towards an Economic and Monetary Union has impacts upon regional disparities and social cohesion.
The authors study (in the framework of a FAST-MONITOR programme) the implications of four long term scenarios for the future development of European institutions and socio-economic trends, and attempt to measure using a quantified model, their Cited by: No Progress On Social Cohesion In Europe.
Rising income and asset inequality has been a growing concern worldwide. It stifles economic recovery and growth; it is a source of the increasing political protests against elites. In the European Union, it remains stubbornly at the.
This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily accessible ebook and paperback formats. The collection is newly edited with a thematic focus on the rise of populism and also includes in text-form previously unpublished material from Social Europe Podcast.
Analysing the current state of the EU's economic, social and territorial cohesion, the Cohesion Report covers all our territories: Europe's economy is bouncing back but disparities persist between and within our Member States.
The Economic Implications of Social Cohesion Book Description: Essays examine the impact of social networks and collective action on growth and other economic outcomes, contributing to understanding of the interaction between economic processes and their social framework.
Economic and social cohesion in Europe: a new objective for integration. [Achille Hannequart;] -- Examines ways in which Structural Funding could be reformed to avert potential crises of uneven development within the EC.
Economic and social cohesion is implemented through the cohesion policy of the EU, which was incorporated into the EC Treaty by the Maastricht Treaty of Cohesion policy reduces structural disparities between regions and Member States through a variety of operations that are financed by the European Regional.
Poverty, deprivation and ‘social. risks’. • High cross-sectional correlation between income. inequality and relative income poverty. • but poverty still varies among countries with similar inequality.
• Median-based income poverty measures have often risen. as overall inequality rises, including in Crisis. economic developments have pushed the issue of “social integration” or “social cohesion” up the political agenda; but so has the general economic and cultural globalization, the flow of.
Economic and Monetary Union and Economic and Social Cohesion (ECO) Single Market, Production and Consumption (INT) Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and Information Society (TEN) Employment, Social Affairs and Citizenship (SOC) Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment (NAT) External Relations Section (REX).
In the former, flexible labour markets and low taxation drive productivity and economic growth by increasing employment rates and incentives for domestic and inward investment. The low levels of labour market regulation encourage wage inequality which, combined with lower welfare spending, can undermine social cohesion.
EU regional policy is an investment policy aimed at reducing economic, social and territorial disparities in the EU and promoting cohesion, growth and employment.
Its investments of EUR billion allocated for are used to implement the Europe Strategy. Solidarity is a fundamental principle of the EU, and regional policy puts it into practice, particularly in regions which.“Similar to the Black Death, the Spanish flu had long-lasting social consequences leading to a decline in social trust,” they write at the Center for Economic Policy Research.Definition.
Social cohesion refers to the extent of connectedness and solidarity among groups in society. It identifies two main dimensions: the sense of belonging of a community and the relationships among members within the community itself.
It stems from a democratic effort to establish social balance, economic dynamism, and national identity.