The European Employment and Social Inclusion Strategies – Second Printing
Edited By Jonathan Zeitlin and Philippe Pochet
Acknowledgements The editors would like to thank the SAL TSA research program for its collaboration and generous financial support of the research for this book. We are also grateful to Martin Rhodes, Helen Wallace and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European Univer- sity Institute in Florence for kindly hosting the authors' meeting in July 2003. Jonathan Zeitlin would like to thank the University of Wisconsin- Madison's European Union Center and Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE) for their help and support, especially David Trubek, Darya Vassina and Natalie Oldani. Philippe Pochet wishes to express his gratitude to Caroline de la Porte, David Natali and Fran~oise Verri. The editors especially want to thank Valerie Cotulelli (OSE) who was, once again, indispensable for the lay-out of the manuscript. Jonathan ZEITLIN and Philippe POCHET January 2005 15 This page intentionally left blank
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