8 edition of Economic citizenship in the European Union found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -221) and index.
|Series||Routledge research in European public policy ;, 8|
|LC Classifications||HD5765.A6 T4 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||98039658|
A New Fundamental Freedom beyond Market Integration: Union Citizenship and its Dynamics for Shifting the Economic Paradigm of European Integration Ferdinand Wollenschläger This article explores ideas first developed in the author's book Grundfreiheit ohne Markt. There are the criticisms of the European Union and the effects of populism—much of which has nothing to do with Europe, but everything to do with the economic crisis that started in All that, I think, is making it very, very difficult to look at reform, because to enact reforms, governments need to have political security, political.
User Account. Sign In Not registered? Create Profile Peter Lang. The introduction of Union citizenship (and its controversial subsequent development in the European Court of Justice's jurisprudence) has also triggered a paradigm shift in one of the community's core areas, the concept of negative integration hitherto intrinsically linked to the internal market.
Howard's research shows that despite remarkable convergence in their economic, judicial, and social policies, the countries of the European Union still maintain very different definitions of citizenship. Based on an innovative measure of national citizenship policies, the book accounts for both historical variation and contemporary change. Citizenship of the European Union (EU) was introduced by the Maastricht Treaty (signed in , in force since ). European citizenship is supplementary to national citizenship and affords rights such as the right to vote in European elections, the right to free movement and the right to consular protection from other EU states' embassies.
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By Paul Teague. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 25 October Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI Cited by: Book Description. Paul Teague explores the macro-economic, productive and institutional pressures faced by Europe's social model and assesses a number of economic and political programmes aimed at resolving the crisis.
It also considers the role of the European Union building a social dimension to the European economy. Read "Economic Citizenship in the European Union Employment Relations in the New Europe" by Paul Teague available from Rakuten Kobo.
Paul Teague explores the macro-economic, productive and institutional pressures faced by Europe's social model and asses Brand: Taylor And Francis. Sincethe European Union has been affected by one of the most severe crises in the history of Europe.
This book builds on the work of Jürgen Habermas to answer the key question: is Europe strong enough to overcome the recent crisis. Arguing that recovery can only take place if the citizens of Europe regard themselves as members of a socially integrated European.
‘Although the topic of European citizenship has been much discussed in academic literature and beyond for decades, Anne Wesemann manages to offer a highly original analysis of this legal status in this book. Not only is it strongly theoretically grounded on European continental legal theory, but it also offers us a new lens through which we can understand the journey of the.
The granting of national and European citizenship must therefore be approved by the European Commission and the sale of national citizenship must be prohibited. Based on the principle that crossing the borders of the union implies an explicit European decision, the EU should have the power to grant ‘citizenship of residence’ or local.
The book presents a theoretically informed typology of modes of governance which is tested in a careful selection of comparative country and policy studies. At the core is the question whether the European Union is destined to a network type of governance and whether and how this type of governance will be translated into the member states.
The Politics of Mobile Citizenship in Europe explores contemporary models of national and European Union (EU) citizenship in the context of intra-EU mobility.
Scholars have often addressed these models from separate disciplinary standpoints. National citizenship has been studied through the prism of citizenship studies and EU citizenship from an EU studies.
2 days ago Analysis of data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Eurostat shows that migration from Britain to EU states avera people a year in `This important book provides the first overview in English of the practices of the EC with respect to citizenship.
It documents in detail the emergence of a solid tissue of new economic and social rights for workers throughout the Union. This book attempts to address an important question: where is the European project going.
As Europe struggles with the most profound economic and social crises in recent history, what happens to the promises of freedom, democracy, equality and respect for the inviolable and inalienable rights of the human person proclaimed in the Preamble of the Treaty on European Union. How does the European.
Meanwhile, the status of European Union citizenship has been progressively developed and strengthened. Adopting an expressive and communitarian perspective of the criminal law, this book considers EU criminal law in light of EU citizenship with a view to revealing the structure of the EU's political community as expressed in its criminal law.
We must also examine whether European Union Citizenship has indeed evolved beyond being merely a mechanism for economic participation in the internal market with a view to discovering its current position in the law of the European Union in particular through the various case law given by the European Court of Justice on the subject.
Get this from a library. Economic citizenship in the European Union: employment relations in the new Europe. [Paul Teague] -- Paul Teague explores the macro-economic, productive and institutional pressures faced by Europe's social model and assesses a number of economic and political programmes aimed at resolving the.
Economic Citizenship in the European Union explores the macro-economic, productive and institutional pressures faced by Europe's social model, and assesses a number of economic and political programmes aimed at resolving the crisis.
It also considers the role of the European Union in building a social dimension to the European economy. This book aims to enrich the thinking and discussion in relation to the importance that citizenship, immigration, rights and private laws play in the modern world.
This is in a time when social cohesion and national identity is being challenged. It will explore the impact these laws have had on Australia, European Union (EU) and Slovenia. Economics, social policies and citizenship in the Europe regions  The book offers a basic overview of the problems concerning present developments of the European Union.
European integration processes and certain selected topics that are currently relevant for the further development of European integration.
The book is therefore. The citizens of the member states of the European Economic Area (which includes the EU) have the same right of freedom of movement in the EEA as EU citizens do within the Union. Additionally, the European Union and Switzerland have concluded a bilateral agreement with the same meaning.
3. Policy Recommendations for an EU strategy for Participatory Citizenship in the economic crisis and beyond 24 The role of the European Union institutions 25 Longer-term strategy and policies 31 Contributors to the country fiches and good practices 32 Organisation of Participatory Citizenship in the European Union study CITIZENSHIP IN THE EUROPEAN UNION This book examines the electoral rights granted to those who do not have the nationality of the state in which they reside, within the European Union and its Member States.
It looks at the rights of EU citizens to vote and stand in European Parliament elections and local elections wherever.3 Report from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on Strengthening Citizens’ Rights in a Union of Democratic Change: EU Citizenship Report (COM// final).
4 Fact finding study.