Social Investment in Europe – A Study of National Policies

Delivering sustainable economic growth
Sep 30, 2015 | European Social Policy Network

social investment approach, focused on welfare and benefits, has been given more emphasis in recent years due to the impact of the economic crisis, with many European countries implementing austerity policies to reconcile increasing demands and decreasing budgets. This report by the European Social Policy Network (ESPN) argues that the availability and quality of activating and enabling social services is a necessary to implement comprehensive and integrated social investment strategies. They ESPN highlights the linking of benefits with the establishment of one-stop-shop arrangements.;langId=en

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