Residence, Employment and Social Rights of Mobile Persons: On How EU Law Defines Where They Belong - Social Europe Series 36 (Paperback)
  • Residence, Employment and Social Rights of Mobile Persons: On How EU Law Defines Where They Belong - Social Europe Series 36 (Paperback)
zoom

Residence, Employment and Social Rights of Mobile Persons: On How EU Law Defines Where They Belong - Social Europe Series 36 (Paperback)

(editor)
£76.00
Paperback 328 Pages / Published: 19/08/2016
  • In stock online
  • Free UK delivery

Usually despatched within 24 hours

  • This item has been added to your basket
Where do I belong? This is a question all mobile persons are bound to ask themselves at one time or another. When crossing borders, individuals establish links with States, which can be the basis for legal claims against these States. 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. When it comes to claiming rights from States, traditionally 'nationality' is the answer to the question where a person belongs. However, in the context of European integration and the development of an EU legal framework of internal market rules, citizenship rights and immigration rules, different answers to these questions have been developed. From this perspective the various chapters of this book examine instruments such as the Citizens Directive 2004/38, the Family Reunification Directive 2003/86, the Long-term Residence Directive 2003/109, the Social Security Coordination Regulation 883/2004, the Rome I Regulation 593/2008 and the Posting of Workers Directive 96/71.The case-law of the Court of Justice on these issues is of course a central element therein. The analyses of scholars from different legal disciplines in the fourteen chapters of this book show that EU law gives a multitude of answers to the question which link is necessary and sufficient to create an individual's right vis-a-vis a State. The definition of this link, the criteria used and the legal consequences differ according to the legal framework the individual finds himself/herself in and the legal instrument he/she invokes. Moreover, the criteria used in legislation and case-law continue to be the subject of problems of interpretation and application, which in turn leads to legal uncertainty or even confusion.

Publisher: Intersentia Ltd
ISBN: 9781780684079
Number of pages: 328
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 mm

You may also be interested in...

The Secret Barrister
Added to basket
£16.99   £13.99
Hardback
A Dictionary of Law
Added to basket
£12.99
Paperback
I Let Him Go
Added to basket
£8.99   £6.99
Paperback
The Daily Telegraph Tax Guide 2018
Added to basket
The Case for Impeachment
Added to basket
Life in the UK Test: Study Guide & CD ROM 2018
Added to basket
Sex and Punishment
Added to basket
Punch and Judy Politics
Added to basket
How to Change Your Mind
Added to basket
£20.00   £16.99
Hardback
Eve Was Shamed
Added to basket
£20.00
Hardback
The Future of the Professions
Added to basket
Jeremy Hutchinson's Case Histories
Added to basket
£10.99   £7.99
Paperback
Red Card
Added to basket
£16.99   £14.99
Hardback
What About Law?
Added to basket
Law's Strangest Cases
Added to basket

Reviews

Please sign in to write a review

Your review has been submitted successfully.