Employees’ resources and social rights in Europe : RESORE Final report
Verd Pericàs, Joan Miquel (Centre d'Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball)
Clasquin, Bernadette coord.
Queirolo Palmas, Luca (Universitá degli studi di Genova. Dipartamento di scienze antropologiche)
Fernandes Ruivo, Maria Margarida (Universidade do Porto. Centro de estudos de economia)
Harvey, Mark (The Victoria University of Manchester. Centre for Research in Innovation and Competition)
Graaf, Willibrord de (Universiteit Utrecht. Faculteit Sociale Wettenschappen)
Klammer, Ute (Wirtschafts und Sozialwissenschaftliches. Institut in der Hans Boeckler Stiftung)
Gobin, Corinne (Université Libre de Bruxelles. Groupe de recherche sur les acteurs internationaux)
Mairhuber, Ingrid (Forschungs-und Beratungsstelle Arbeitwelt)
Comissió Europea. Direcció General de Recerca

Publicació: Luxemburg Office for Official Publications of the European Communities 2007
Resum: Are pension reforms and labour market policies symptomatic of a crisis of the institutional forms of capitalism constructed historically in each country? Do they reflect mutations of the salariat? These are two of the key questions among the issues raised by the RESORE project in approaching its research from the particular angle of changes in workers’ resources. RESORE brings to the fore the dynamic relation between employment, the wage and social rights. The primary objective of the research project was to test the validity of an original multidisciplinary conceptual framework for the analysis of the processes of construction/transformation of workers’ social rights in the fields of pension reform and the emergence of the subsidized employee in European countries. The research strategy was based on an approach to international comparisons that takes account of societal configurations in their relation to European construction. The study of national documentary sources was taken as the starting point for the comparison between policies subsidising employment or aiming at pension reforms in eight EU member states (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the U. K. ). In addition, available statistical sources were used in order to assess to the extent possible the resource flows and populations concerned. Finally, the articulation between national and Community levels for our two research fields was investigated through a study of the actors and their discourses, using official documents and over 60 interviews conducted with union organisations and national civil servants sitting on European committees on employment and pensions in the framework of the Open Method of Coordination.
Nota: Número d'acord de subvenció EC/FP5/HPSE-CT-2002-00104
Nota: Informe final d'un projecte finançat per la DG Research-European Commission (Vè Programa Marc) amb número de contracte: HPSE-CT-2002-00104 i en el que el QUIT va participar com a partner.
Drets: Tots els drets reservats
Llengua: Anglès
Document: book
Matèria: Ocupació ; Unió Europea, Països de la ; Legislació social ; Salaris

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