Frist published in 1997, this book aims to answer if European ‘post-national’ citizenship provide a practical opening and a conceptual challenge to cope with the diverse and close-circuiting crises of national European social models? What then might a new sphere of European social inclusion look like? This book also provided the first attempt to go well beyond ‘national gridlock’. Old solutions will no longer do. Is new land in sight? With monetary integration almost implemented this is a highly relevant exploration of a central complementary ‘common currency’ in Europe’s future.
1. Citizenship and Exclusion: Reconstructing the European Union, Maurice Roche. 2 Citizenship and Social Inclusion in the European Union, Elizabeth Meehan. 3. The Development of European Union Citizenship. A Critical Evaluation , Marco Martiniello. 4. Work and Citizenship in Europe, Peter Leisink. 5. The Crisis of Economic Citizenship in the EU. Lean Production and the German Model, John Grahl and Paul Teague. 6. Social Integration and Labour-Market Marginalization. The Scandinavian Experience, Iver Hornemann. 7. The Informal Sector in the European Union. Mitigating or Reinforcing Economic Exclusion? Colin C. Williams , Jan Windebank. 8. Employment and Social Identity. Theoretical Issues, Jocelyn Pixley. 9. Social Policy, Social Exclusion and Citizenship in the European Union. The Right to be Unequal? Robery Sykes. 10. Restructuring Social Rights in the EU. Dose a Flexible Employment and Benefits Regime Entrench Exclusion and Inequality: Joanne Cook. 11. The Welfare Society and te Welfare State . The Portuguese Experience, Pedro Hespanha, Claudino Ferreira and Silvia Portugal. 12. Urban Integration and Citizenship. Local policies and the Promotion of Participation, Rik van Berkel. 13. European Union Identity and Citizenship. Some Challenges , Soledad Garcia. 14. Immigration, Citizenship and Nationalism. Internal Internalization in Germany and Europe, Thomas Faist. 15 Citizenship and Social Exclusion in the European Union, David M. Smith and Enid Wisrich. 16. Anti-Racism, Multiculturalism and struggles for a Multicultural Democracy , Floya Anthias. 17. Citizenship, Association and Immigration. Theoretical Issues, Bill Jordan.
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