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European Social Security Law 7th ed


ISBN13: 9781780688169
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781780683102
To be Published: October 2022
Publisher: Intersentia Publishers
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00



In the past decades the coordination of social security provisions of the European Union have become of vital importance. This book gives a clear overview of the main lines and main developments of this significant part of EU law.

On 1 May 2010 a new Coordination Regulation on social security for migrant workers, Regulation 883/2004, came into force. Since then there has been important case law and there have been very interesting developments, in particular in the area of posting of workers and the influence of the Treaty on the interpretation of coordination provisions. Also the development of the concept of EU citizenship has had an important impact on access to social rights. This book gives a clear overview of these developments, their effects on national case law and the differences with the old coordination Regulation.

A second main part of EU social security law is that of social policy. In this book the main developments of the equal treatment law of men and women are explained and in addition the present social policy measures and the instruments employed in this area are outlined.

This book is the seventh edition of this authoritative handbook, which is used in many courses on European social security and of which already several translations have been made in other languages.

Subjects:
Social Security and Welfare Law
Contents:
PART I. COORDINATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY
Chapter 1. Introduction to the Concept of Coordination
Chapter 2. The Legal Basis and Context of Regulation 883/2004
Chapter 3. Applicability Conditions: Cross-Border Situation and Within Territorial Scope
Chapter 4. The Personal Scope of Regulation 883/2004
Chapter 5. The Material Scope of Regulation 883/2004
Chapter 6. The Rules for Determining the Legislation Applicable
Chapter 7. Posting and Social Security
Chapter 8. The General Non-Discrimination, Assimilation, Aggregation and Removal of Residence Conditions in Regulation 883/2004
Chapter 9. Article 45 TFEU and Regulation 492/2011
Chapter 10. EU Citizenship, Free Movement and Discrimination
Chapter 11. Sickness Benefits
Chapter 12. Old-Age and Survivors’ Pensions
Chapter 13. Invalidity Pensions
Chapter 14. Family Benefits
Chapter 15. Unemployment Benefits
Chapter 16. Disparities that are not Removed by Coordination Rules
Chapter 17. The Relationship Between Regulation 883/2004 and Bilateral Treaties
Chapter 18. Agreements with Third Countries and the Position of EU Civil Servants
PART II. SOCIAL POLICY
Chapter 19. Equal Treatment and Social Security
Chapter 20. Social Policy Instruments of the European Union