Public Employment Services and European Law

Overview

How can the EU's community of welfare states adapt their public policies to economic globalization? What happens when the economic and social aims of the EU come into conflict?

This book examines the developing legal regimes and regulation of public services in the UK and provides a highly informative and novel case study of the interaction and conflict between the economic and social aims of the EU and between regulation at national and supranational levels, taking into account...

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Overview

How can the EU's community of welfare states adapt their public policies to economic globalization? What happens when the economic and social aims of the EU come into conflict?

This book examines the developing legal regimes and regulation of public services in the UK and provides a highly informative and novel case study of the interaction and conflict between the economic and social aims of the EU and between regulation at national and supranational levels, taking into account the changing forms which this regulation has taken.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199233489
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 11/17/2007
  • Series: Oxford Studies in European Law Series
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Craig QC FBA is Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford. Mark Freedland FBA is Professor of Employment Law at the University of Oxford. Dr Catherine Jacqueson is Lecturer in Law at the University of Copenhagen. Dr Nicola Kountouris is Lecturer in Law at the University of Reading.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Regulating Public Services in Europe
Introduction
1. Competence, Social Policy, and Public Services
2. Regulating Social Services in Europe: Modes of Governance and Regulatory Techniques
3. Public Service Conceptions in European Law
4. Employment Services as a Public Service
Part II: Employment Services: Activities, Functions, and Policies
5. Job Intermediation: Between Partnership and Market Realities
6. Vocational Education and Training of the Unemployed and Public Employment Services
7. Active Labour Market Policies: Between the 'Right to Work' and 'Workfare'
8. 'Employment Friendly Wages' and the Broader Notion of the State as an Employment Facilitator
9. Outsourcing Employment Services: the State as a Manager of Employment Services
10. The Legal Relationship between Employment Services and the Jobseeker
Conclusions

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