Project Participants

The Transnational Construction of European Welfare States: From the Marshall Plan to the Troika


 

Abstract:

Globalisation and increased international integration, most notably, but not exclusively, through the EU, is often portrayed by academic scholars, mass media and politicians as representing a threat to the welfare state and nationally-organised labour market regimes. This ambitious book, which will be the culmination of more than six years of research, originally initiated by a grant from the European Research Council, will develop an alternative and more nuanced perspective.

Type:

Private (National)

Funder:

Carlsbergfondet/Semper Ardens

Status:

Finished

Start Date:

01-10-2017

End Date:

30-06-2019

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