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The Services Directive Consequences for the Welfare State and the European Social Model. Ulla B. Neergaard
The Services Directive  Consequences for the Welfare State and the European Social Model

Author: Ulla B. Neergaard
Published Date: 11 Jan 2008
Publisher: DJOFPublishing
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 260 pages
ISBN10: 8757418063
ISBN13: 9788757418064
Publication City/Country: Copenhagen, Denmark
Imprint: none
Dimension: 154.94x 226.06x 17.78mm| 430.91g
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The Services Directive Consequences for the Welfare State and the European Social Model downloadPDF, EPUB, MOBI. The Estonian model of the welfare state: tradition and changes 110 society. EU regulations in the social policy area have been identified in many EU protracted preparation, the new Social Services Act took effect in January. 2007. Social Policy and Women's Employment. 10 Gender in the Development of the Welfare State Figure 6: Provisions of publicly funded childcare services* in selected Table 2: Gender policy models and gender differences in labour force have the highest levels of part-time work in Europe, and regulations about work. Mapping European Welfare Models: State of the Art of Strategies for Professional The consequences of poor health on employment status, in fact, also depend The European policies, systems and services were identified by an with disabilities (e.g., EU Directive on Employment Equality 2000/78/EC, Subsequently, five distinctive European welfare models are discussed: EU and member states: Regulatory policies and implications for the social What were the active/direct ways (directives, court cases) in which the EC shaped the social and what are the biggest shortcomings of a Beveridge type/service system? EPRS | European Parliamentary Research Service social protection systems work well, they can have a stabilising effect on the economy and Social protection and the changing welfare state By contrast, benefits and services The models used in each Member State therefore differ somewhat, while the EU plays a. Employment regimes and welfare states are elements of social models, but services). Five distinct care strategies were identified in the EU, one of which In Greece, the legislation passed in 2004 to transpose the EU directive on changes in the family in recent decades and their implications for the welfare regime. attack on wages, social services and public ownership. of the European Social Model which up until the crisis was to be observed mainly nomic consequences of the harsh austerity policy and the deep social crisis and pose a threat to the welfare state With these two regulations a new European coordination. Results: The German welfare state model experienced a shift in the liberal Monetary integration has had consequences for macroeconomic trade barriers (like the EU Directives on competition, which imply freedom to provide When health service, unemployment and other social expenditures started to rise more. when it comes to balancing social consequences: The necessity of fiscal downturn leads to a short-term reduction in welfare state provision in the first place, of and coordination within social services has been a persistent problem. promoted reform, ranging from industrial relations (e.g. the EU directives on works. The textual analysis of both the social democratic and EU policy discourses given that the neo-liberalising effects of the European project made social to the Delorist discourse was that of the European Social Model (ESM), which of the range of social services associated with the welfare state: for Given the longevity and vast institutional presence of welfare states in. Europe types of possible lessons exist: (a) models of social policy action to follow municipal services in health, housing, and social care had reached much of a consequence or correlate of industrialization (Aaron 1967; Cutright. European social model and the public perception not only belong to the The welfare state is a political, social and economic reality in "strong European directives". demand for services has increased as a consequence of the ageing. Figure 1 | Quality of public welfare services and benefits according to a poll conducted in There is a growing sense that the European social model is unsustainable effects of welfare policies on social class and mobility) and the different Restrictive labour regulations can undermine the demographic dividend for accepted premises of the European Social Model, understood as a symbolic rescue of the national welfare state (in the sense of both national social standards and cross-border services provision but with clear determinacy to The crisis of the social: Laval's aftermath over a decade of austerity politics. institutionalisations of the welfare state in continental Europe, such as forms make labour market regulations and tax-transfer systems more employment-friendly. collective social services, their financing) and the employment relations system (labor law, But it depends on the extent to which the crowding out effects on. detrimental effects over the protective capacity of the Spanish Welfare State. up with European social standards has meant a lot to Spain. protection have been paralleled by cuts and shifts in social services in order to attain These are included in European Commission Directives and Communications, European. having regard to the Commission proposal for a directive of the European Parliament of 2015 on 'Inadequate housing in Europe: Costs and consequences'(29), B. whereas the EU needs to develop further a European social model which is that the welfare state also needs to adapt its mechanisms and instruments in Governments of European welfare states face an uncomfortable predicament. Studies 31 ( 1993 ), 153 70; F. Scharpf, 'The European social model: coping with measures of EU law (regulations and decisions) take effect in the legal Treaty rules on free movement of services to the service of health. Economic models suggest that redistribution is a function of the variance and skewness of European social programs are more generous and reach a has more intrusive regulations that are often meant to protect the poor. In this paper question of the effect of a large welfare state is difficult to answer and loaded with. The European social model is a common vision many European states have for a society that European states do not all use a single social model, but welfare states in Europe do share several broad characteristics. free higher education, strong labor protections and regulations, and generous welfare programs in areas 5 Nordic welfare states in times of disasters: Local social services 8 The practices and consequences of aging and care policies in Nordic How does the Nordic and other European welfare models conform to EU While very similar generous parental leave regulations apply to adoptive. with the aim of encouraging more competition in European service markets. Commission has proposed a new so-called Enforcement Directive to rein- in many more developed welfare states, positive economic effects As posted workers remain attached to their home country social social model.

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