2. Lista cu rezervarea hotelurilor pentru participanții la Conferința SSR de la Iași va apărea luni, 13 mai 2013, după ora 14.
Cu mulțumiri și dorința de a ne (re)vedea la Iași,
Industrial Relations in Europe Conference (IREC) 2013 Bucharest
Labour relations still in crisis: bargaining, politics, institutions, and labour relations in Europe.
Organized by SNSPA (Bucharest National School of Political Studies), Department of Political Science, in collaboration with the Median Research Centre-MRC, Bucharest
Aurelian Muntean (SNSPA Bucharest)
Richard Hyman (LSE)
Cristian Pirvulescu (SNSPA Bucharest)
Marina Popescu (CEU Budapest and MRC Bucharest)
Place and date: Bucharest, 12-14 September 2013
The economic and financial crisis has presented major challenges for governments, trade unions, employers, banks, and last but not least, for regular citizens. European anti-crisis policies are based on a variety of principles that differ in the Southern EU member states, the Nordic Countries, the British isles, the German states or the former communist countries. The policies have had various effectiveness on fighting unemployment, public and budget deficit, inflation, social risks and inequalities. The cuts in social expenditures have triggered social movements in many EU member states, and critiques from social actors.
Public Sociology and Social Intervention in the Carpathian Basin
The Carpathian Basin societies had to endure far-reaching transformations in the last century: the region witnessed several military conflicts and became terrain for various dictatorships, incipient democracies and a shattered playground of traditionalist, modernist and colonizing forces. Nevertheless, the various shrinking-enlarging populations of the region remain deeply tied to the basic shared values of ethnic and religious diversity and co-existence, a „casual" multiculturalism continuously questioned, however, by competing forces of ideological and/or state domination.