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The Boundaries of WelfareEuropean Integration and the New Spatial Politics of Social Protection$
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Maurizio Ferrera

Print publication date: 2005

Print ISBN-13: 9780199284665

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2006

DOI: 10.1093/0199284660.001.0001

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Contested Social Sovereignty: Welfare States Meet the European Union

Contested Social Sovereignty: Welfare States Meet the European Union

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(p.111) 4 Contested Social Sovereignty: Welfare States Meet the European Union
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The Boundaries of Welfare
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Maurizio Ferrera

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199284660.003.0005

This chapter reconstructs developments of EC law (including case law) relating to social protection, and traces the differential impact that free movement and competition rules have had on the various functional schemes and tiers or pillars of provision within national welfare states. It also identifies and illustrates the new strategies of spatial politics prompted by the boundary redefinitions operated by the EU, focussing on pensions (including pension funds), health care, and social assistance. Special attention is devoted to the position of third country nationals.

Keywords:   negative integration, positive integration, mutual recognition, semi-sovereign welfare states, cross-border health care, social assistance, third country nationals, competition, compulsory insurance, pension funds

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