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Strategy, ideology and politics: the relaunch of social Europe 1987-1989

Author: Story, Jonathan INSEAD Area: Economics and Political SciencePublisher: Fontainebleau : INSEAD European Centre for Executive Development (CEDEP) 1990.Language: EnglishDescription: 43 p.Type of document: INSEAD CaseAbstract: The drafting of the ECs Social Charter on workers' rights came to be one of the more contentious and symbolic acts accompanying the Community relaunch. This case presents a history of the episode, considering the major players' domestic, strategic and economic motives. Students must consider the ideological, political and economic factors working on European decision makers. The manipulation of EC institutions, policy processes and the "theatrical" component of politics should be taken into account. "Europe and 1992" analyses the EC "1992" programme -its origins, content, process and implementation- in the context of the EC's under-state system, where member states are also participants in the world society of shares and markets are interdependentPedagogical Objectives: Consider the ideological, political and economic factors influencing European decision-makers; to show that the manipulation of EC institutions, policy processes and the "theatrical" component of politics should be taken into account.
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Consider the ideological, political and economic factors influencing European decision-makers; to show that the manipulation of EC institutions, policy processes and the "theatrical" component of politics should be taken into account.

The drafting of the ECs Social Charter on workers' rights came to be one of the more contentious and symbolic acts accompanying the Community relaunch. This case presents a history of the episode, considering the major players' domestic, strategic and economic motives. Students must consider the ideological, political and economic factors working on European decision makers. The manipulation of EC institutions, policy processes and the "theatrical" component of politics should be taken into account. "Europe and 1992" analyses the EC "1992" programme -its origins, content, process and implementation- in the context of the EC's under-state system, where member states are also participants in the world society of shares and markets are interdependent

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