Labour Market Transitions and the Promotion of Capability
Edited by Ralf Rogowski, Robert Salais and Noel Whiteside
Since the mid 1990s, the focus of European employment and social policy has shifted from protection to promotion. This book provides a timely analysis of this new form of governance, and the new forms of policy delivery and audit which accompany it.
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- Transforming European Employment Policy Labour Market Transitions and the Promotion of Capability
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Social and Labour Market Reforms: Four Agendas
- Chapter 3: Transitional Labour Markets and Flexicurity: Managing Social Risks Over the Life Course
- Chapter 4: Privatisation of Placement Services in Light of the Transitional Labour Market Approach
- Chapter 5: Working-time Options Over the Life Course: Challenges and Company Practices
- Chapter 6: Making Employees’ Pathways More Secure: A Critical Examination of the Company’s Responsibility
- Chapter 7: Reframing the Issue of Responsibility in Labour Market Activation Policies
- Chapter 8: Creating Collective Capability: Historical Perspectives on Co-ordinating Public Action
- Chapter 9: Occupational Structures and Social Models in European Societies
- Chapter 10: Corporate Social Responsibility and Employment: A Plurality of Configurations
- Chapter 11: Reflexive Labour Law, Capabilities and the Future of Social Europe
- Chapter 12: Employment and the Social Dimension of Europe: What Constitutive Conventions of the Market?
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