Nbr. 22-2, June 2020
- Brexit and the reform of social security coordination: The UK’s metamorphosis from rule maker to rule taker
- Coordination of classic and specific family benefits – challenges and proposed solutions
- EU coordination of social security from the point of view of EU integration theory
- Gaps in social security protection of mobile persons: Options for filling these gaps
- Guest Editor’s overview of the Special Issue
- Health and long-term care benefits and the proposed revised coordination regulation: A brave new world or much ado about nothing?
- Posting of workers: Enforcement, compliance, and reform
- The discussion on the revision of the coordination rules of unemployment benefits – a battlefield between East and West
- The EU (non) co-ordination of minimum subsistence benefits: What went wrong and what ways forward?