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Free Movement of EU Citizens: Including for the Poor?

Authors: H. Verschueren

Abstract: This article analyses the ambiguity within the Union’s policy goals of free movement of Union citizens and the combating of poverty and social exclusion. The former is viewed as a fundamental right with constitutional status, whereas the latter is ...

A Very Fearful Court? The Protection of Fundamental Rights in the European Union after Opinion 2/13

Authors: E. Spaventa

Abstract: In December 2014 the Court of Justice of the European Union found, in Opinion 2/13, that the Draft Agreement for the EU accession to the ECHR was not compatible with the Treaties; unfortunately, some of the grounds relied upon by the Court will be ...

Gendering Economic and Financial Governance through Positive Action Measures: The Compatibility of the French Real Equality Measure with the European Union Framework

Authors: A. Masselot, A. Maymont

Abstract: The number of female directors on the boards of large listed companies in the European Union (EU) is very low and progress towards equal participation and representation of women and men on company boards has been extremely slow. In the aftermath o...

The Employee Shareholder: The Unbearable Lightness of Being … an Employee in Britain

Authors: P. De Gioia-carabellese

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to discuss and analyse the impact of the new category of the employee shareholder within the context of the traditional theory of the contract of service and contract for services. A commentary on the provisions of the Grow...

Mind the Gap: Mobile Students and their Access to Study Grants and Loans in the EU

Authors: A. Hoogenboom

Abstract: The purpose of this article is twofold. First, it aims to examine the phenomenon of student mobility and the benefits associated therewith, arguing that there are real benefits attached to free movement of students: in short, student mobility promo...