Special Issue 1, Vol.13 (2009) 'What we have learnt: Advances, pitfalls and remaining questions in OMC research'

Kröger, Sandra (ed.). 2009. What we have learnt: Advances, pitfalls and remaining questions in OMC research, European Integration online Papers (EIoP), Special Issue 1, Vol. 13. [Download full PDF version, ~1.7 MB]

Table of Contents

Articles

The Open Method of Coordination: Underconceptualisation, overdetermination, de-politicisation and beyond HTML PDF
Sandra Kröger
Governing the knowledge society: Studying Lisbon as epistemic setting HTML PDF
Thomas Pfister
Learning about policy learning. Reflections on the European Employment Strategy HTML PDF
Miriam Hartlapp
EU law 'transformed'? Evaluating accountability and subsidiarity in the 'streamlined' OMC for Social Inclusion and Social Protection HTML PDF
Mark Dawson
The double voluntarism in EU social dialogue and employment policy HTML PDF
Armin Schäfer, Simone Leiber
Does supranational coordination erode its national basis? The case of European labour market policy and German industrial relations HTML PDF
Torsten Niechoj
The Open Method of Coordination – Effectively preventing welfare state retrenchment? HTML PDF
Milena Büchs
The Open Method of Coordination on health care after the Lisbon Strategy II: Towards a neoliberal framing? HTML PDF
Mark L. Flear
The construction of EU's childcare policy through the Open Method of Coordination HTML PDF
Elissaveta Radulova
Money, votes or 'good' ideas? Partisan politics and the effectiveness of the European Employment Strategy in Austria and Ireland HTML PDF
J. Timo Weishaupt
Having a Say and Acting: Assessing the effectiveness of the European Employment Strategy as an intra-governmental coordinative instrument HTML PDF
Mariely López-Santana
Against the odds. The Open Method of Coordination as a selective amplifier for reforming Belgian pension policies HTML PDF
Bart Vanhercke
What kind of consensus? Conflicting notions of effectiveness within the Social Protection Committee HTML PDF
Anna Horvath



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