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The aim of this book is to examine how EU law relates to and impacts on the national social security systems of the member states. It asks three key questions.
Firstly, it looks at how the internal market and its developments have informed member states' social security regimes, despite the fact the the EU has limited competence in the field. It then explores how Union citizenship and the Charter of Fundamental Rights has affected the coordination of these regimes.
Finally it asks whether the national structures of these regimes can affect the degree of the impact of EU law.