The financial crisis has had a deep impact of social policies and welfare in Europe. Is the notion of a "European social model" still relevant today? Is the traditional model
The financial crisis has had a deep impact of social policies and welfare in Europe. Is the notion of a “European social model” still relevant today? Is the traditional model compatible with current high levels of unemployment? What are the lessons learned from reform efforts?
Featuring: Bernd Marin (Director, European Bureau for Policy Consulting & Social Research, Vienna; Editor of “The Future of Welfare in Global Europe”; Presenter)
Irwin Garfinkel (Mitchell I. Ginsberg Professor of Contemporary Urban Problems; Interim Dean, School of Social Work, Columbia University; Discussant)
Victoria de Grazia (Moore Collegiate Professor of History; Acting Director of the European Institute, Columbia University; Moderator)