Three contrasted visions of Social Europe

The thematic chapter on “Social Europe” continues this week with an article by Amandine Crespy, Professor in Political Science and EU Studies at Cevipol, ULB. 

In her article, Profesor Crespy argues that three contrasted visions of “Social Europe” are coexisting as different observers see it as either irrelevant in face of inequality, dangerous for national social pacts, or catching up on economic integration. In the face of persisting inequalities and the green transition, a lot remains to be done to consolidate its normative, regulatory, and financial foundations.

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