1 edition of Industrial integration in Europe found in the catalog.
Industrial integration in Europe
|Contributions||Federal Trust for Education and Research.|
|LC Classifications||HC240 .I53 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 54 p.|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||74356309|
This book will be of key interest both to students and scholars of migration, the European Union, European integration, social policy, public policy, international relations, European studies, law, economics, sociology and to professionals, policy-makers, think tanks and associations in NGOs, the EU and other IOs. This open access book presents a comparative analysis of intergroup relations and migrant integration at the neighbourhood level in Europe. Featuring a unique collection of portraits of urban relations between the majority population and immigrant minorities, it examines how relations are structured and evolve in different and increasingly diverse local societies.
European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic, social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe or nearby. European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. A quiet policy transformation is taking place in Europe, as policymakers increasingly turn to a strategy of "mainstreaming" immigrant integration—seeking to reach people with a migration background through needs-based social programming and policies that also target the general population. This report assesses mainstreaming efforts across government in Denmark, .
He is the author of the book The Europeanization of Cyprus: Polity, Policies and Politics Basingstoke () and has also published articles in numerous edited volumes and leading scientific journals such as the Journal of Political Power, Journal of European Integration, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans and Regional and Federal Studies. The origins of European integration are often traced to the declaration by French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman, on May 9, , of a plan for .
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This book comprehensively analyzes the impact of continuing European integration on industrial relations institutions and outcomes.
It organizes an immensely rich body of. European integration and the Cold War were separate but intertwined. Chronologically, the two share the same formative decades – although the basic idea of uniting the separate states of Europe into a single political and economic entity long predates the East–West by: 8.
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Walter Mattli examines projects in nineteenth. Europe’s economic integration narrative. From the Treaties of Rome (January ) to the Maastricht Treaty (November ), Europe moved gradually but unambiguously towards closer economic integration – i.e.
an ‘internal market’. Inherent to the pursuit of the internal market was a need for intra-area exchange rate stability. Brussels is made up of officials who are true believers, the high priests of European integration. But like for so many priests, the congregation is a bit restless.
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This book provides a critical analysis of mainstreaming as one of the major contemporary trends in immigrant integration governance in Europe. Bringing together unique empirical material and theoretical insights on mainstreaming, it examines how, why and to what effect immigrant integration is mainstreamed.
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The process of integrating pupils with special educational needs into mainstream schooling was an educational priority in the practice of many EC by: The rise of America to world pre-eminence following World War II served as a catalyst for European integration and the electrifying impact and magnetic attraction of economic and political integration in Western Europe constituted a major stimulus for liberalization and reform behind the Iron Curtain leading to the abrupt end of the Cold War.
Fiscal Federalism and European Economic Integration The pace of economic integration among European Union (EU) member states has accelerated considerably over the past decade, highlighted by the process of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). Many aspects of the EU’s apparatus, however, have failed to evolve in order to meet these new challenges.Please Log in to your existing account or Register for a free account to access to the featured articles below.
Featured Articles: The Commercialization of University and Research Institutes' Science-Based Innovations: The Four Successful Chinese Cases.industrial integration The tendency to link formerly separate firms, enterprises, or production processes, in order to reap economies of scale or finance.
Integration may be vertical, combining separate stages in the manufacture of a finished good or provision of a service; or horizontal, combining ownership and control of activities within separate markets.