As the shock of the 2008 European financial crisis begins to subside, it is time for scholars to step back and analyze the crisis's causes and effects from a multidisciplinary vantage point. Europe in Crisis examines the current state of the European economy, society, and polity, both on the theoretical and political levels, by placing special emphasis on its current crisis. With important contributions from heterodox economists and radical social and political scientists, this innovative new edited collection seeks to evaluate past efforts and policies (mainly since World War II), criticize the failed neoclassical/neoliberal perspectives, and offer alternative strategies and policies to Europe's socioeconomic impasse and misery.Jobs are moving to these countries to take advantage not only of their low labour costs, but also of the availability of natural ... qualified science, technology, and medical professionals living and working in the United States under H1B visas. ... are ninety immigrantfounded Fortune 500 companies in the United States, and another 114 founded by immigrantsa#39; children. ... members, even though immigrants have made up only 10.5 per cent of the US population on average since 1850.
|Title||:||Europe in Crisis|
|Author||:||Aristidis Bitzenis, Nikolaos Karagiannis, John Marangos|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-03-05|