EU Social Security Law

A Commentary on EU Regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009

Edited by: Maximilian Fuchs, Robertus Cornelissen

The social security co-ordination forms a cornerstone of the European Union. The fact that the first regulations on the coordination of the various national systems were adopted on 1 January 1959; underlines the high importance of these issues. The EU regulations on social security have the objective of protecting those employers who make use of their right to free movement within the EU in the first place. The harmonisation of the field is complicated by differences between existing national social security systems.The EU Regulations on social security provide protection for all workers and their family members who cross the internal borders of the Union, whether for professional or personal reasons. [Subject: Administrative Law, European Law, Labor Law]

Publication Date: 11/5/2015
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781509903672

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