In Armstrong’s “Governing Social Inclusion: Europeanisation through Policy Coordination,” one of the reoccurring topics is the ‘Open Method of Coordination’ (OMC).
The OMC provides a focal point for those hoping to understand the current social policy coordination architecture. Through analyses of the practical activities exercised throughout the OMC process, it is possible to understand the extent to which the governance of social inclusion can be ‘Europeanised. CEP presents a review of the book.
By Kiera Wilkins, CEP intern at the time of writing