Title:Which European Regulation in Front of Industry Concentration in the Transport Industry? Author(s):TORRITI, Jacopo; FRISONI, RobertaDate:2008Type:Technical ReportSeries/Number:Florence School of Regulation Report on Proceedings
Title:Introduction : human trafficking in domestic work in the EU : a special case or a learning ground for the anti-trafficking field? Author(s):RICARD-GUAY, Alexandra; MAROUKIS, ThanosDate:2017Citation:
- Journal of immigrant and refugee studies, 2017, Vol, 15, No. 2, pp. 109-121
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Cultural Pluralism]Abstract:Domestic work is an example of how gaps in policies (labor, immigration, welfare), social values and norms, and the relational dimension interplay in situations of trafficking. This is the point of departure, the premise, ...
Title:European Solidarities. Tensions and Contentions of a Concept Editor(s):MAGNUSSON, Lars; STRATH, BoDate:2007Citation:
- Brussels/New York, P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2007
Type:BookAbstract:When Europe was Western Europe and socially rather cohesive, the question of economic integration through free market exchanges for labour, commodities and services was not a major problem. The integration of markets was ...
Title:High-skill mobility : addressing the challenges of a knowledge-based economy at times of crisis Author(s):ISAAKYAN, Irina; TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, AnnaDate:2013Type:OtherSeries/Number:EUI RSCAS PP; 2013/14; Global Governance Programme; Cultural PluralismAbstract:In the milieu of the current economic crisis, the most difficult challenge for high-skill migrants is their entry to and progression within the job markets of their host societies. Offering them the best opportunities for ...
Title:Growth and unemployment : theory, evidence and policy Author(s):ZAGLER, MartinDate:2007Citation:
- International journal of economic perspectives, 2007, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 228-242
Type:ArticleAbstract:Economic growth is driven by structural change. Structural change does not come without a cost, and the most evident social cost is high and persistent unemployment. This relation seems trivial. The more it comes as a ...
Title:Contested competences in the European Union Author(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 227-243
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this article, we set out an approach to European Union politics that seeks to explain its development using theories of institutional change. In contrast to dominant theories which assume that the Treaties, the governing ...
Title:Contested competences in Europe: incomplete contracts and interstitial institutional change Author(s):RASMUSSEN, Anne; BOUWEN, Pieter; FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, Adrienne; JUPILLE, Joseph; SORIANO, Leonor Moral; BERGSTRÖM, Carl-Fredrik; MOURY, Catherine; CAPORASO, James A.Date:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 227-415
Title:Evaluating the forces of interstitial institutional change Author(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 405-415
Type:ArticleAbstract:The articles in this volume provide evidence supporting the claim that organisational actors within the EU do engage in contestation over competences over a wide variety of legislative and policy-making procedures. Far ...
Title:Why (and How) to Regulate Power Exchanges in the EU Market Integration Context?, Author(s):MEEUS, LeonardoDate:2011Citation:
- Energy policy, 2011, 39, 3, 1470-1475
Type:ArticleAbstract:The European Union (EU) market integration is leading to increasingly monopolistic electricity market infrastructures, which has opened a debate on the regulation of these so-called power exchanges. In this paper, we start ...