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The professions in the European Community
J.-P. de Crayencour
1982 by Commission of the European Communities, European Community Information Service, [distributor] in Brussels, Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||J.-P. de Crayencour ; translated from the French.|
|Series||European perspectives, European perspectives series.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||83231421|
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Recalling that there are other regulated professions in the European Union, the authors present the rationale for : Vital Moreira, Stanislav Toshkov. In the wake of widespread austerity policies in a number of nations throughout Europe, the time is right for an assessment of the current state of welfare and caring professions in the region.
This book offers in-depth understanding of the everyday work of professionals in these fields in different national and social contexts, viewed through an interdisciplinary lens and from different. In this chapter, the authors discuss the paradox between the existence of an extensive and heavy-handed regulation of liberal professions and the principles of freedom advocated by the European Union.
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Focusing on research representing different types of European welfare states, including the Scandinavian and the Continental, the book offers in-depth understandings of professionals’ everyday work within different contextual conditions, explored from empirical and. The book visits „liberal‟ professions (Law, Medicine, and Engineering) in Great Britain, France, Italy, and Germany from the French Revolution to The book begins with an introduction of the European professions between crisis.
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Focusing on research representing different types of European welfare states, including the Scandinavian and the Continental, the book offers in-depth understandings of professionals’ everyday work within different contextual conditions, explored from empirical and theoretical perspectives.
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