The Law of the Activating Welfare State (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
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Engelska
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176
Utgivningsdatum
2015-07-16
Förlag
Nomos/Hart
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1
ISBN
9781509900244
The Law of the Activating Welfare State (inbunden)

The Law of the Activating Welfare State

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The most profound reform of social policy in Germany during the last decade was the labour market reforms 2003/4. It was initiated by a reform commission chaired by Peter Hartz (Volkswagen) and its motifs and results are still controversial today. This book identifies these reforms by illustrating the international and European context. It unveils parallel developments in the Netherlands, Denmark, the United Kingdom and France, and shows to which extent the German reform had been driven and enhanced by the European Employment Strategy. The study does not focus on the details of the reform but its new elements: case, management, conditional social benefits, obligations to cooperate and sanctions. It shows that its leitmotif is not neoliberal but communitarian.
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The book gives an accurate account of activation policies in different western countries. -- Gwenola Bargain * Intersentia *

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Eberhard Eichenhofer is Professor of Social Law at Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena.

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I. The research question II. Activation in Europe III. Foundations of activation - labour and social benefits IV. Self-responsibility V. Social administration bound by statute or by contract? VI. Sanctions in case of a failure to cooperate VII. The level of the benefits in the activating welfare state VIII. Conclusion - the activating welfare state and the law