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The External Dimension of EU Social Security Coordination: Towards a Common EU Approach


ISBN13: 9789004415324
Published: December 2019
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Price on Application



In The External Dimension of EU Social Security Coordination: Towards a Common EU Approach, Pauline Melin provides a detailed legal analysis of the framework on social security coordination with third countries and offers alternative policy solutions to the current fragmented approach.

The analysis comprises a complete overview of the EU approach to social security coordination with third countries, 9 bilateral agreements (between Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, with respectively India, Turkey, and USA) and international standards. Based on this analysis, the author explores the possibility from an institutional perspective to develop a common EU approach through the conclusion of EU agreements. The author concludes by favouring an alternative softer solution through an EU model agreement and proposes that the content of that model agreement be based on the best practices of the current framework.

Subjects:
Social Security and Welfare Law
Contents:
Introduction
The EU Legal Framework on Social Security Coordination Relevant for Third-Country Nationals
Member States’ Bilateral Agreements on Social Security Coordination with Third Countries: a Comparative Analysis of the Bilateral Agreements between Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany with Respectively India, Turkey and the USA
International Standards Relevant for Social Security Coordination with Third Countries
EU Agreements as a First ‘Solution’ to Develop a Common EU Approach to Social Security Coordination with Third Countries
An EU Model Agreement as a Second ‘Solution’ to Develop a Common Approach to Social Security Coordination with Third Countries
Concluding Remarks and Policy Recommendations
Back Matter:
Bibliography
Index
Studies in EU External Relations