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Author Burri, Thomas.
Title The Greatest Possible Freedom : Interpretive formulas and their spin in free movement case law.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2015.

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Author Burri, Thomas.
Series Free online access ; JSTOR.
Subject Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Freedom of movement -- European Union countries.
Judge-made law -- European Union countries.
Trade regulation -- European Union countries.
Personality (Law) -- European Union countries.
Description 1 online resource (607 pages)
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Contents Cover; A Introduction: The way to the greatest possible freedom ; I Free movement of persons and services: 1400 decisions ; II The structure of the book ; III Why is the first part on 'the case-law' necessary? Why not cover more interpretive formulas? ; IV A text-based approach ; V Why is this book useful and novel? ; VI An illustration of how this book is different from other works ; VII What this book is not ; B The case-law ; I The 1960s ; II The 1970s ; 1 Workers ; A first wave of cases ; The year 1975 ; The remaining years of the decade ; 2 Establishment.
3 Social security Aggregation and apportionment ; Niemann and Petroni ; Other aggregation ; Aggregation and third states ; Social security v. social assistance ; Definitions and scope ; Personal scope ; Family ; Unemployment ; Sickness ; Non-discrimination and residence ; One legislation ; Transition and technicalities ; 4 Services ; III The 1980s ; 1 Workers ; Advantages ; Educational advantages ; Maintenance grants ; Family members ; Derogations ; No violation of non-discrimination ; Diploma recognition ; The Ankara Agreement ; Enlargement.
Technicalities, purely internal situations 2 Establishment ; 1985 ; 1986 ; 1987 ; 1988 and 1989 ; Purely internal situations and remainders ; Companies ; Diploma ; 3 Social security ; Definitions and scope ; Social security v. social assistance ; Further issues of definition ; Aggregation and apportionment ; Benefits of the same kind and rules against overlapping ; Further aggregation ; Aggregation and third states ; Short periods of insurance and other intricacies ; Recalculation ; Aggregation and conditions of affiliation ; Overlapping benefits, supplements.
Adding to the disparities More supplements ; Unemployed frontier workers ; Atypical frontier workers ; Exporting unemployment benefits ; A Kafka novel ; Sickness ; Applicable legislation ; Non-discrimination and residence ; The Dutch transition ; Further non-discrimination ; Technicalities ; 4 Services ; Broadcasting ; Posted workers ; Variety ; Infringement in the insurance sector ; Public works ; Lawyers ; Broadcasting again ; Remuneration ; Transport services ; Tourists ; IV The 1990s ; 1 Workers and citizens ; Worker ; Advantages ; Education ; Taxes.
Derogations Non-discrimination ; Union citizenship ; Ankara ; Technicalities ; Purely internal situations ; Transition and remainders ; 2 Establishment ; Ships and aircrafts ; Doctors ; Purely internal situations ; Taxation ; Official authority ; Names ; Gebhard ; Driving licences ; Sunday trading ; Non-profit ; Austria ; Non-discrimination ; Legal persons ; Technicalities ; Secondary law as to companies and further technicalities ; Diploma ; 3 Social Security ; Scope and definitions ; Social security v. assistance ; Conventions with third states ; Further scope.
Note Scope and applicable legislation.
ISBN 9783845265490
3845265493
9783848723911
3848723913
OCLC # 959148262
Additional Format Print version: Burri, Thomas. Greatest Possible Freedom : Interpretive formulas and their spin in free movement case law. : Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2015 9783848723911


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