In this chapter, a re-arrangement of the differences within the various European welfare regimes could be hypnotized starting from the social implications and the effects that European Integration and Europeanization processes have on these regimes. In other words, this means highlight the dual thrust between Europeanization and decentralization of social policy, in order to understand at what level of governance – local, national or supranational – could be attributed the decisions that shape this field by collecting and analysing a set of indicators on two specifics dimensions: social inclusion and territorial cohesion. With this aim, the indicators’ analysis here presented involve the 27 European Nations at NUT0 and NUT2 level which in 2014 constituted the member states of the union . What result is a comparative geographic and policy analysis based on a multidimensional analysis of indicators from Eurostat and OECD databases with the application of a Pls-Pm Model. This model contemplates jointly the study of supranational, national and subnational directions allowing us to detect who address social policies and welfare regimes in Europe. The main result consists of the realization of a general model of interpretation of the changes occurred in the classification of the different European welfare regimes.

PLS-PM model for categorizing European welfare systems

B. Saracino
2020

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In this chapter, a re-arrangement of the differences within the various European welfare regimes could be hypnotized starting from the social implications and the effects that European Integration and Europeanization processes have on these regimes. In other words, this means highlight the dual thrust between Europeanization and decentralization of social policy, in order to understand at what level of governance – local, national or supranational – could be attributed the decisions that shape this field by collecting and analysing a set of indicators on two specifics dimensions: social inclusion and territorial cohesion. With this aim, the indicators’ analysis here presented involve the 27 European Nations at NUT0 and NUT2 level which in 2014 constituted the member states of the union . What result is a comparative geographic and policy analysis based on a multidimensional analysis of indicators from Eurostat and OECD databases with the application of a Pls-Pm Model. This model contemplates jointly the study of supranational, national and subnational directions allowing us to detect who address social policies and welfare regimes in Europe. The main result consists of the realization of a general model of interpretation of the changes occurred in the classification of the different European welfare regimes.
Partial Least Squares - Modeling for studying Social Issues
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E. Amaturo, R. Galasso, G. Punziano, B. Saracino
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