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Politiche di inserimento: la diversità resiste all'integrazione europea


  • Jean Claude Barbier


Politiche di inserimento: la diversità resiste all'integrazione europea (di Jean Claude Barbier) - ABSTRACT: In Europe, integration policies remain deeply varied in spite of the co-ordination of social policies within the community, as we will demonstrate with reference to temporary employment. In the European Union, there are forms of integration that are articulated on the basis of different logics of social protection. France, Denmark and Great Britain have had great debates on the drawbacks of the assistance services supplied in these countries. In Italy, instead, due to the relative lack of assistance services, the social matter is strongly felt, especially with regard to the flexibility of the employment market.

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  • Jean Claude Barbier, 2003. "Politiche di inserimento: la diversità resiste all'integrazione europea," ARGOMENTI, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2003(9).
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:argarg:v:html10.3280/arg2003-009001

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