Title Las empresas de inserción sociolaboral y las cláusulas sociales en la contratación pública: Dos instrumentos necesarios para la innovación social hacia el desarrollo
Authors PANIAGUA ZURERA, MANUEL, PANIAGUA ZURERA, MANUEL
External publication No
Means REVESCO Rev. Estud. Coop.
Scope Article
Nature Científica
SJR Quartile 3
SJR Impact 0.21500
Area International
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Publication date 01/01/2013
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-84892720414
DOI 10.5209/rev-REVE.2013.v112.43066
Abstract Social innovation oriented towards personal and community development is a new topic that is the object of multidisciplinary analysis. The European Union shows how useful it is by including social innovation in its objectives for economic and employment growth (European Strategy 2020). Our research analyses two interrelated instruments within the framework of social innovation and social economy. First, the main agent in the new social economy: insertion enterprises and their non-profit entities, which have specific legislation in Spain. We contribute elements for the legal and economic classification of these new entrepreneurs, whose guiding spirit is a social objective and of general interest (the social and labor integration of those excluded). Secondly, we justify the demand for social markets for our insertion enterprises. Economic and legal reasons coincide in their suitability (due to their economic efficiency), legitimacy (as they comply with the values that prevail in the European Union law and in the law of member States) and legality in terms of the social criteria used in hiring in the public sector. We present the interpretation of these social criteria more in line with European Union and Spanish law, which has not always counted on the European Commission and its neoliberal proposals as allies.
Keywords Active employment policies; Insertion enterprises; Social clauses in public contracts; Social economy; Social exclusion; Welfare State
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