1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

  1. With increasing numbers of national and international studies showing that increasing poverty and inequality have been widespread, there are increasing calls to better understand the determinants of poverty and its relation to exclusion. This book examines the nature of poverty and exclusion in a broad range of rich countries and draws on that evidence to identify underlying causes and propose remedies.
    Hardback
    €74.-

  2. In recent years, many academics and policymakers have argued that the welfare state needs to be modernized. It is claimed that social protection systems still largely reflect the ‘old social risks’ created under industrial capitalism and that they need to be adapted to the ‘new social risks’ that have developed with the transition to post-industrial society. This book addresses some of the challenges for social protection posed by these demogr...
    Hardback
    €45.-

  3. In this work the author tries to uncover the parameters the labour legislators used in the development of labour protection. He formulates a number of theses that allow him to establish a theory of labour law. The themes dealt with in this work fit in an overall vision on labour in its relation with capital as dealt with in law.
    Paperback
    €40.-

  4. This book sheds an innovating light on the relations between EU and non-EU countries and nationals, as far as social security is concerned. These are dealt with in a number of contributions by eminent international experts.
    Paperback
    €40.-
  5. Flexicurity and the Lisbon Agenda

    Publication date: October 17, 2008

    This book aims to foster the debate on flexicurity in the European Union from a multi-disciplinary approach. It raised key questions, such as: In what context does flexicurity play a role? What are the current challenges for the world of work? What is the meaning of flexicurity? How is it to be understood in European economic and social policy? What is the success of the ‘Danish model’ and is it transferable? What is the effect of the flexicur...
    Paperback
    €47.50

  6. This book addresses the following questions: • Does welfare state effort enhance happiness? • Why might social security enhance happiness? • How might it be reformed to make more impact on well-being? • How does income and health impact on well-being? • How does income improve the well-being of widows? • Does well-being influence employment probabilities? • How is the well-being of children related to other factors in society?
    Hardback
    €48.-

  7. Population ageing is one of the most difficult challenges facing social protection in the advanced welfare states. It also has important implications for middle and low income economies. Increasing longevity has threatened to undermine the financial viability of pension systems, but pension reform is politically hazardous.
    Hardback
    €72.-

  8. The European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights are of increasing importance in the area of social security. This book provides a practical guide to the social security issues which have been considered by the Court of Human Rights and to give an overview of how these have been analysed by the Court. In addition, some examples are given as to how the provisions of the Convention have been interpre...
    Paperback
    €45.-

  9. The Essence of Social Dialogue contains the proceedings of the first seminar held by the European Platform on Social Dialogue (EPOS).
    Paperback
    €59.-

  10. What social security rights are there for illegal workers? To what extent can health care services be refused by the beneficiary, and to what extent can coverage of health care services be refused by social security bodies?
    Paperback
    €69.-
 
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3