Investissement social

In 2013, as a response to rising inequalities, poverty and distrust in the EU, the Commission launched a major endeavour to rebalance economic and social policies with the Social Investment Package (SIP). Funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme, the RE-InVEST project aims to strengthen the philosophical, institutional and empirical underpinnings of the SIP, based on social investment in human rights and capabilities. The project will actively involve European citizens severely affected by the crisis in the co-construction of a more powerful and effective social investment agenda.

Research interests: European social policy. Regulatory initiatives in the realm of family policy and flexible work. Soft law initiatives in social investment. Fiscal dimension of EU policy, Nordic welfare model. Fair Working conditions.

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