Governing Social Inclusion

Europeanization through Policy Coordination

«..presents a valuable socio-legal approach of the emerging governance models in the social sphere that will be of interest to policy makers as well as to academics and students.»

D.Xenos, European Review of Public Law
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Winner of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies 2011 book prize

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«..presents a valuable socio-legal approach of the emerging governance models in the social sphere that will be of interest to policy makers as well as to academics and students.»

D.Xenos, European Review of Public Law

«In conclusion, this interdisciplinary book cannot be ignored by lawyers and will be of great interest to non-lawyers as it represents a challenging contribution to the literature on the fight against poverty, social protection, the OMC and European social law.»

Claire Marzo, London School of Economics, UK

«As far as I am concerned, this is the book if one wants to know how the EU developed its social policy approach to poverty and social exclusion over the ten fateful years of the Lisbon Strategy.»

Mary Daly, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland

«..the book's great merit is to put issues of governance of European and private law, Europeanization, European multilevel governance, new modes of governance, and social policy into one analytical package and on the academic agenda.»

Dr Gaby Umbach, European University Institute, Florence, Italy and University of Cologne, Germany

Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Europeanizing Social Inclusion-Theory Concepts and Methods ; 2. Policy Coordination in the EU ; 3. Social Policy Coordination and the Lisbon Strategy ; 4. Relaunching the Lisbon Strategy and the Streamlining of Policy Coordination ; 5. Europeanization Through Policy Coordination ; 6. Economic Constitutionalism and Social Policy Coordination ; 7. From Lisbon to Lisbon-Europeanization Through Constitutionalism ; 8. Strengthening the Governance of Social Inclusion

Om forfatteren

Lecturer in Law, University of Keele, 1993-97.
School and Department of Law, Queen Mary, University of London, 1998- present.
Jean Monnet Fellow, European University Institute, 1999-2000.
Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship 2002-3.
Visiting Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, summer 2003.