European Journal of Social Security
Eur J Soc Secur
Solidarity is a highly prized European value, but it has traditionally been left up to national governments to set social security policies. However, as Europe becomes more integrated, the policies of member states are gradually converging. This means that the European Union is playing an increasingly influential role in the social security sector. For this reason, it is essential for academics, researchers, policy-makers and practitioners to keep abreast of the latest developments at EU level. The European Journal of Social Security is a highly respected, peer-reviewed quarterly dealing with social security law and policy. Written by specialist lawyers and social scientists, the journal sheds light on important issues relating to income maintenance, demography, inequality, poverty, disability, health and social care, employment, migration, taxation and public expenditure.
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