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Die 'neue Methode der offenen Koordinierung': Versuche der integrationstheoretischen Klassifizierung einer neuen Form des sozialpolitischen Regierens in der Europäischen Union

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  • Behning, Ute
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    Am Beispiel der Etablierung der 'neuen Methode der offenen Koordinierung' ('neue OMC') im Politikfeld 'Bekämpfung von Armut und sozialer Ausgrenzung' wird gezeigt, warum Scharpf in seiner integrationstheoretischen Klassifizierung der OMC mittels seiner 'Typen der Europäisierung' einen Einschätzungswechsel von 2000 bis 2002 vorgenommen haben könnte. Des Weiteren wird geprüft, ob Scharpfs Typologie die neuen Formen des sozialpolitischen Regierens in der EU hinlänglich erfassen kann. Abschließend werden Forschungsperspektiven aufgezeigt, die zu einer präziseren, integrationstheoretischen Klassifizierung der 'neuen OMC' beitragen könnten. -- The establishment of the 'new open method of co-ordination' ('new OMC') in the area of 'social inclusion' will be used as the empirical example, which can explain why Scharpf changed his judgment in relation to the classification of the OMC from 2000 to 2002. Thus, it will be stressed that Scharpfs 'modes of Europeanization' cannot cover the new modes of governance in the social realm of the EU. Accordingly, research perspectives will be elaborated which may lead towards a more precise classification of the 'new OMC' in terms of the perspective of European integration theories.

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    Paper provided by University of Bremen, Centre for Social Policy Research (ZeS) in its series Working papers of the ZeS with number 12/2003.

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    1. Scharpf, Fritz W., 2000. "Notes toward a theory of multilevel governing in Europe," MPIfG Discussion Paper 00/5, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies.
    2. Dermot Hodson & Imelda Maher, 2001. "The Open Method as a New Mode of Governance: The Case of Soft Economic Policy Co-ordination," Journal of Common Market Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 39(4), pages 719-746, November.
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