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Study: “The Economy of the Common Good in the public hiring” by Maria Pilar Alguacil and Vanessa Felip.

  • January 23rd, 2018

"The Economy of the Common Good in the public hiring" is a study by Maria Pilar Alguacil, Professor of Financial and Tax Law at the University of Valencia and Vanessa Felip, Vice-President of COSITAL-Valencia.

This study focuses on analysing the application of the economic model of the Economy of the Common Good in organizations as a criterion of public hiring, framing the relevance of the Matrix of the Common Good for the purposes of the Public Administrations.

There are exposed the criteria regulation of the public government at different levels: European, state, regional and local, and the use of social and environmental elements in public hiring. Finally, the Matrix of the Common Good is analysed as a proposal and promotion for the criteria of recruitment.

Introduction

  1. The Economy of the Common Good as an incentive element for public policies.
    1. The Matrix of the Common Good and its relevance for the attainment of the aims of the Public Administrations.
    2. Relationship between the Economy of the Common Good and the Social Economy, Solidarity Economy and Social Enterprise companies.
  2. Regulations for public hiring at European, State, Autonomic and Local levels.
  3. The use of social and environmental elements in public hiring.
    1. The market reserve for special employment centres and companies for social and occupational insertion
    2. The inclusion of elements in the different phases of the procedure.
    3. Examples of guides and good practices.
  4. Possibilities of using the Balance of the Common Good in public hiring.
  5. Conclusions
  6. Bibliography
  7. Documentary attached

 

 

 

 
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