The European Employment and Social Inclusion Strategies – Second Printing
Edited By Jonathan Zeitlin and Philippe Pochet
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Notes on the Contributors Kenneth Armstrong Kenneth Armstrong is Reader in European Union Law at Queen Mary, University of London. He has written widely on issues of Euro- pean law and governance. His current research focuses on the Open Method of Co-ordination in the social inclusion sphere and more gener- ally on the use ofOMC in the context of the Lisbon Strategy. Jean-Claude Barbier A senior researcher (CNRS) at the Centre d'etudes de l'emploi (Noisy-le-Grand, France), Jean-Claude Barbier heads its "Employment and Social Protection" research unit. As a sociologist, he particularly specialises in comparative research. Social policies, employment poli- cies and the broad social protection systems in a European context are his main fields. He also conducts empirical and theoretical research about the various EU level co-ordination mechanisms, especially the European Employment Strategy. In recent years, he published Les politiques de I 'emploi en Europe (Flam marion, 1997); Les politiques de l'emploi en Europe et aux Etats-Unis, with J. Gautie (PUF, 1998); La flexibilite du travail et de I 'emploi, with H. Nadel (Flammarion, 2000); Le nouveau systeme franrais de protection sociale, with B. Theret (La Decouverte, 2004). He has contributed to many collective volumes, among which (also with B. Theret) "The French Social Protection System: Path Dependencies and Societal Coherence", in Gilbert, N. and Van Voorhis, R. (eds.), Changing Patterns of Social Protection (Trans- action Publishers, 2003). Milena Biichs Milena BUchs is a PhD student at the Humboldt University, Berlin, Institute for Social Science. Her dissertation deals with the...
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