Beveridge, Fiona and Velluti, Samantha (2008) Gender and the open method of coordination: perspectives on law, governance and equality in the EU. Ashgate, Dartmouth. ISBN 9780754673439
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|Item Type:||Book or Monograph|
|Item Status:||Live Archive|
Containing contributions by some of the best known researchers in the field, this volume considers the intersection between the Open Method of Coordination (OMC), a relatively new mode of policy-making, and gender equality, a long-standing area of EU policy. It draws on a range of disciplinary perspectives to examine the effectiveness of the OMC as a medium for the advancement of gender equality within the EU. It also considers gender in the OMC in a variety of contexts and at both a general EU and Member State level. Central to the discussion is the concept of gender mainstreaming which proposes that a gender equality perspective should be incorporated at every level and opportunity of EU policy and practice. The authors assess how successful this has been in the context of the OMC. The book provides a unique and contemporary body of work on the OMC which adds significantly to existing understandings of this form of governance and informs critical debate of EU social governance.
|Keywords:||Gender Equality, Open Method of Coordination, EU social governance, bmjlink|
|Subjects:||M Law > M140 Comparative Law|
M Law > M120 European Union Law
L Social studies > L320 Gender studies
|Divisions:||College of Social Science > Lincoln Law School|
|Deposited On:||26 Oct 2010 20:31|
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