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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Feminising the Market: Women's Pay and Employment in the European Community

Jane PillingerTutor in Social Policy, Northern College, Barnsley

ISBN13: 9780333563359
ISBN: 0333563352
Published: October 1993
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £122.00



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This volume discusses the role of the European Community, in particular the Single European Market, and shows how it is having an important impact on women's working lives. As well as documenting women's employment throughout Europe, the book addresses issues of key importance for women in Europe.;These include how the European Community has developed policies, that positively benefit women, the way that women are influencing change at the European level and the impact that this is having at the national level.

Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
List of Figures - List of Tables - Abbreviations - Acknowledgements - Introduction - Women's Employment in the EC - Women and The Single European Market - Making the EC work for Women - Developing Policies for Women in the EC: 1957-1986 - How has EC Policy Affected Women in the UK? A Case Study of the Equal Pay Directive - Policies for Women in the Single European Market, 1986-1992 - The Response of Trade Unions and Women's Groups: The Priorities for Women in the Single European Market? - Conclusion: Towards a Feminist Analysis of the European Community - Appendix 1: Institutions of the European Community - Appendix 2: How Can Women Influence the EC Process? - Appendix 3: European Community Legislation in Favour of Women - Appendix 4: The Effect of Infringement Proceedings Against Member States in Implement the 1973 Equal Pay Directive - Appendix 5: Cases in the English Courts that have been Affected by the Scope of EC Law - Appendix 6: Community Charter of Fundamental Social Rights of Workers - Bibliography - Index