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The European dimension in education. Social policy of the European Union

  • Nen Madlena

    (Military Technical Academy of Bucharest Romania)

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    Literature in public policies "revolves" around terms of decentralization and subsumed concepts (privatization, implementation of market mechanisms, contracting, etc.). In this work I analyzed a type of public policy, proposed at a "centralized" level as a European Community policy is coordinated by supranational institutions. In this context, I refer to how evolved the approach of public policies in education at EU level, in terms of theoretical models operating in the public policy decision-making process and I also refer to some milestones of social policy of the European Union. The transition to a market economy has influenced, powerfully, the employment level of the population in terms of volume and structure, as determined the adaptation labour market policies, in parallel with the process of institutional reform. Under the conditions of speed-up restructuring and increasing insecurity of the job, the labour market has accumulated a great number of social problems

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    Article provided by Constanta Maritime University in its journal Constanta Maritime University Annals, Vol. 20, 2013.

    Volume (Year): 20 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 251-256

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    Handle: RePEc:cmc:annals:v:20:y:2013:i:2:p:251-256
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