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Letter from the editors.


Will the welfare state survive European Integration? On the exhaustion of the legal conceptualisations of the integration project from the foundational period and the search for a new paradigm.

Inhoud: The European integration process is grinding a common legacy of European democracies, viz their commitment to welfarism and social justice. The institutional background of this development is a decoupling of the European 'economic constitution' fro...


European Journal of Social Law: Pleading the cause for a social needs approach.

Inhoud: There are many possible reasons to start up a new journal. The first reason may be to fill an information gap with a view to pooling information around a particular topic. The second reason may be to promote a particular...


Self-employed and Europe: Small businesses and the freedom to provide services.

Inhoud: The purpose of the present contribution is to examine four concrete aspects of the freedom to provide services which are of interest to SMEs: (1) the recognition of attestations, certifications and other documents, (2) p...


Drudges, dupes and do-gooders? Competing notions of "value" in the Union's approach to volunteers.

Inhoud: In the volunteer the Union has identified a mascot to respond to crises of belonging, citizenship and democratic engagement. The designation of 2011 as the European Year of Volunteering represents the current high-water mark in a volunteer-praising...


Case commentary: Exploring the fate of the lex loci laboris rule and its exclusive effect under Regulation 883/2004: Annotation to case C-352/06 (Bosmann).

Inhoud: This annotation seeks to explore the possible implications of the Bosmann ruling in respect of the relationship between the lex loci laboris rule, a Union choice-of-law rule, under Regulation 1408/71 and now Regulation 883/2004, and the Treaty prov...