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A new era of European Integration? Governance of labour market and social policy since the sovereign debt crisis
In this article we develop a typology of European Union (EU) integration to capture how, to what extent and according to which policy aims EU involvement in Member States has altered with respect to…
Game Change in EU Social Policy: Towards more European Integration?
Social Policy Review 30: Analysis and debate in social Policy
Retrenchment, conditionality and flexibility: UK labour market policies in the era of austerity
FRACTIONATION OF MOUSE LIVER MICROSOMAL ESTERASES.
Mouse liver microsomal esterases were fractionated on DEAE-cellulose after the solution of these enzymes in a solution containing 0.1 M glycyl glycine buffer, pH 7.0, and 5 × 10−4 M Lubrol W, a non...
‘Best of Both Worlds’? A Comparison of Third Sector Providers in Health Care and Welfare‐to‐Work Markets in Britain
This article compares the welfare markets in primary health care and ‘welfare-to-work’ in the UK since the late 1990s. A longitudinal comparison of two different policy areas enables us to study the…
The sovereign debt crisis, the EU and welfare state reform
This Special Issue examines the EU’s monetary, fiscal, and social responses to the sovereign debt crisis and analyses how the European Union (EU) has affected welfare state reforms in the Member…
A Review of the Evidence of Third Sector Performance and Its Relevance for a Universal Comprehensive Health System
- E. Heins, D. Price, A. Pollock, E. Miller, J. Mohan, J. Shaoul
- Medicine, Political ScienceSocial Policy and Society
- 3 September 2010
The literature does not support the policy of a larger role for the third sector in healthcare, let alone a switch to a market-based system, through a systematic literature review.
Introduction: Is the EU More Involved in Welfare State Reform Following the Sovereign Debt Crisis?
Voices from the past: economic and political vulnerabilities in the making of next generation EU
- K. Armingeon, Caroline de la Porte, E. Heins, S. Sacchi
- EconomicsComparative European Politics
- 7 March 2022
In this article, we show that Next Generation EU (NGEU) is mainly a response to the economic and political imbalances left over from the Eurozone crisis. It is a pre-emptive intervention, especially…