Transnationalisation, Rising Uncertainty and Its Effects on Early Employment and Family Lives: A Pan-European Comparison

Following the repercussions of the recent financial market crisis, both academic as well as public interest in the phenomena of transnationalization, globalization, and Europeanization has continued to rise. Increasingly, these three terms have become central reference points - for the media, politicians, academics, and policy-makers - to explain social change in modern societies of contemporary Europe. This book examines the topic from the perspective of European national case studies, including France, Italy, Austria, Estonia, the Czech Republic, and Poland.