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in La Vie des Idées Publication date 2007-05
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in The Oxford Handbook of French Politics Publication date 2016-12
HASSENTEUFEL Patrick
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Le travail a déjà connu de profondes transformations et va encore évoluer fortement avec la révolution numérique et la transition écologique : deux effets puissants qui ne signent pas forcément la disparition de tous les métiers mais annoncent certainement le besoin de compétences nouvelles. Elles devront être ajoutées aux compétences acquises mais le risque de polarisation entre bénéficiaires et personnels précarisés est réel pour de nombreux salariés. En outre, la flexibilité, en pleine croissance, porteuse d’inégalités, continuera de toucher en priorité les femmes et les travailleurs précaires. A moins de garantir à tous un égal accès à la formation laissant plus de place aux choix personnels, à l’éducation, aux transports, à un réel partage du temps de travail et à l’égalité salariale. La paix sociale sera à cette condition.

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This report reflects the views of its authors and these are not necessarily those of either the European Commission or the Member States.

in Reform – förändringochtröghet I välfärdsstaterna Publication date 2009-08
PALIER Bruno
MOREL Nathalie
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in Publication on growth strategies Publication date 2011
PALME Joakim
MOREL Nathalie
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Foundation for European Progressive Studies with the support of Fondazione Italianieuropei

in Perspectives on Europe Publication date 2012-01
MOREL Nathalie
PALME Joakim
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In a period of deep crisis and with classical neo-liberal solutions for both the economy and the welfare state having seemingly run their course, the question arises as to what kind of new strategies should be implemented to recover stronger growth, more and better jobs and more equality and social cohesion. Thinking has to go beyond immediate responses to the current crisis to discuss the kind of strategy that should be implemented in the medium to long term in order not to reproduce the failures of the recent past. (First paragraph)

in Towards a social investment welfare state? Ideas, Policies and Challenges Sous la direction de MOREL Nathalie, PALIER Bruno Publication date 2012-07
PALME Joakim
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in European Journal of Social Security Publication date 2011-03
GRAZIANO Paolo Roberto
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In recent years, European institutions have promoted the development of reconciliation policies in an overall context where most European countries are saying 'farewell to maternalism' (Orloff 2006) and are now implementing policies aimed at helping individuals (especially women) to combine paid work and family responsibilities. Is it possible to consider that these changes in national reconciliation policies have been due to EU actions in this policy field and, if so, what are the mechanisms of possible EU influence? In section one, we review the Europeanisation literature in order to situate our own perspective. In the second section, we present our approach in terms of 'national usages of Europe" In section three, we come back to the policy content to be analysed, presenting the EU definitions of reconciliation policies, and reviewing the tools we have used to situate each national case of care regimes and reconciliation policies. In the fourth section, we introduce our common hypotheses and the analytical framework that is used in all the articles of this special issue. Finally, in section five, we summarise our main findings.

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