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El “Contrato Social” en el proceso de construcción europea. Un balance económico a través de la evolución de los indicadores de la Estrategia de Lisboa: El caso de España/

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  • PODADERA RIVERA, PABLO

    () (Departamento de Economía Aplicada (Política Económica). Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. UNIVERSIDAD DE MÁLAGA.)

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El propio proceso de construcción de la Unión Europea, supone en sí mismo un proceso de construcción social en Europa, en el sentido en que infiere una confluencia de actores, gubernamentales, no gubernamentales, nacionales, transnacionales y comunitarios, todos los cuales pretenden, o deben pretender, una dimensión supranacional, compatible con la dimensión local, regional y nacional, de lo social, es decir, el espacio social europeo. El presente artículo pretende ofrecer una visión temporal del mencionado proceso, a través del análisis de la evolución de la política social europea, del balance de situación actual de los resultados de aplicación de la Agenda de la Política Social y de la evolución de los indicadores de la Estrategia de Lisboa. The own process of construction of the European Union, it supposes, in the same, a process of social construction in Europe, in the sense in which it infers an actors' confluence, governmental, not governmental, national, transnational and community, all which claim, or they must claim, a supranational dimension, compatible with the local, regional and national dimension, of the social thing, that is to say, the social European space. The present article tries to offer a temporary vision of the mentioned process, across the analysis of the evolution of the social European policy, of the balance of current situation of the results of application of the Agenda of the Social Policy and of the evolution of the indicators of the Strategy of Lisbon.

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  • Podadera Rivera, Pablo, 2009. "El “Contrato Social” en el proceso de construcción europea. Un balance económico a través de la evolución de los indicadores de la Estrategia de Lisboa: El caso de España/," Estudios de Economía Aplicada, Estudios de Economía Aplicada, vol. 27, pages 639-662, Diciembre.
  • Handle: RePEc:lrk:eeaart:27_3_4
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