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  1. This book discusses the issue of these links and, more specifically, the question of how EU law defines the link needed to obtain the right to reside in a Member State and the right to social and employment protection in that State.
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    € 80,-

  2. The European economic unification has come about without any adjusting or accompanying economic and social policies. Its effects on social and human relations go far beyond the economic and commercial domains. This book discusses the changes that are apparent at three levels: the primary economic level, the social level and the general or societal level.
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    € 50,-

  3. The current retrenchment of the welfare states is buffering the growing demographic and economic pressures in European countries at the expense of the young and the elderly. This book encompasses a selection of empirical studies reflecting on when and why the young and the elderly are at risk in several (mostly Western) European countries.
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    € 59,-

  4. This volume deals with the complicated relationship between posting of workers in the EU and collective labour law. It does so from a legal perspective but the author does not refrain from looking at the economic and social context in order to better understand the legal construction of said relationship.
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    € 85,-

  5. Within the European Union and beyond, most countries are bound by a variety of international social security standards adopted by the International Labour Organization and the Council of Europe. Over the years certain shortcomings emerged which have prevented the standards to achieve their full potential and they do not seem to enjoy much enthusiasm anymore. How are these standards still relevant to domestic social security systems?
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  6. This book deals with active ageing and labour law and is dedicated to professor Roger Blanpain at the occasion of his 80th anniversary.
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    € 89,-

  7. Flexicurity has been a core concept in the EU’s employment debates as of 2006 and was codified into common principles of flexicurity in December 2007. This study explains the development and conclusion of the EU’s flexicurity concept.
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  8. The position of non-EU migrants in social security is problematic. Many European states reduce access to social benefits for categories of migrants whose presence is not desired. At the same time the scope of application of the national systems is becoming more confined to the national borders, as, for example, countries take measures to reduce the exportability of benefits. These two trends of exclusion and retrenchment particularly affect ir...
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  9. Within the European Union, social security basically remains a national field of competence. The lack of common norms has paved the way for a large disparity in social protection between EU Member States, which is not conducive to the European single market. Moreover, it may lead to an increase in poverty and social exclusion and intensify economic competition between Member States. At the same time, almost all EU Member States are bound by on...
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  10. The authors of this book critically assess the current stage of social federalism in Belgium and ask how against the background of the major challenge of an ageing population an effective social policy can be shaped. The book considers at which level the bulk of an effective social policy is best situated, what the role of the sub-national entities can be, and which limitations are imposed by the constitutional and European framework. The vari...
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