|Statement||Ruth Nielsen and Erika Szyszczak.|
|Series||Business law series. Series G / Copenhagen Business School, Law Department -- no.16|
|Contributions||Szyszczak, Erika M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
Get this from a library! The social dimension of the European Community. [Ruth Nielsen; Erika M Szyszczak]. The European Community's 'Social Dimension' covers a wide area of social policy which is not always readily understood. This book contains an historical overview of EC social policy which analyses its development over the last forty years. The two volumes of The Social Dimension present a comprehensive survey of the major developments in social psychology which took place in Europe during the very active s and by: The European Social Model has been an integral part of the construction of the European Community and has been effective in stimulating its economic growth. This social dimension represents the soul of the European Union, and has been envied and adopted by other regions and countries in the world.
The Social Dimension: European Developments in Social Psychology (European Studies in Social Psychology) by Henri Tajfel (Editor) ISBN The six original EEC member states — Belgium, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands — believed that, if enterprises were allowed to compete on equal terms, the distribution of resources would be optimised, enabling untrammelled economic growth which would automatically result in social development. There are two reasons for drawing attention to the social dimension of European Community law. First, the EEC treaty comprises different provisions on social policy whose importance is consistently underestimated: the treaty is often considered as merely establishing a "common market" and as only concerning economic problems. Although the European Community's single market was officially launched in January 1, , its Social Dimension, an attempt to provide common labor standards and laws for workers in the twelve member nations, remains incomplete.
The current weakness of the social dimension is as much political and ideational as it is structural and legal in nature. A social European Union is, after all, a political choice. This contribution is a summary of the study Giving Teeth to the EU’s Social Dimension published by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. We need your help! Proposal for a European Social Security Number TBC Proposal currently being prepared, expected in first half of as part of the Commission Work Programme. Title: Social dimension of Europe – overview of initiatives since the start of the Juncker Commission Author: European Commission . Get this from a library! , the european social dimension. [Patrick Venturini] Print book: International government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) # European Community Information Service [distributor]. Abstract. Discussion of the ‘Social Dimension’ (Commission, a; Venturini, ) has come as a late addition to the Community project of a ‘Single European Market’ in (on ‘’ see Bieber et al. ).As the concept is used in the political debate, it refers by and large to what is commonly called ‘social policy’, the definition and regulation of the institutional.