Le modèle danois et la flexicurité européenne : Une « stratégie à deux bandes » de persuasion par l'expertise,

Abstract : The European model of flexicurity reconciles flexibility on the labour markets and secu- rity for the workers. The article examines how political and bureaucratic actors of the European Commission have adapted to a challenging political and institutional context. The Danish “golden triangle of flexicurity” has first helped to get around strong opposition from European trade unions’ representatives. This framing had then to be softened in order to avoid Member States reluctance to adopt such a national framing. This article explains why some experts, and not others, have been mobilised. It underlines the strategic dimension of expertise and evaluates its effects on the weakening of political conflict.
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Hélène Caune. Le modèle danois et la flexicurité européenne : Une « stratégie à deux bandes » de persuasion par l'expertise,. Gouvernement & action publique, Presses de sciences po, 2014, Les avatars du néolibéralisme, 2 (2), pp. 55-79. ⟨10.3917/gap.142.0055⟩. ⟨hal-01198869⟩

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