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What is the european social model? an aproximation based on Spanish case
Martín Artiles, Antonio
Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials. Barcelona, Catalunya
The public perception of the EU in Spain varies greatly. The most positive aspects of Spanish membership are associated with the consolidation of democracy, economic growth, the introduction of the euro, the growth in employment and structural and cohesion funds, the increase in the female participation rate, and the equal opportunities policies. The analysts are in favour of common objectives in the employment policy and multi-level government. The less positive aspects of the EU are the risks of losing social protection and loss of employment in some sectors due to mergers of multinationals and delocalization of companies towards Eastern Europe. The continuous demands for reform of the welfare state, the toughening of the conditions of access to social benefit and the reform of the labour market are also seen as problematic issues. Risks of competitive cuts and social dumping.
2005
Espanya -- Política social
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1133-8962
Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials (Barcelona, Catalunya)
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