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To what extent can the European Union deliver "social citizenship to its citizens"

Abstract : A large part of the literature on social citizenship ignores European citizenship. Another strand of this literature is mainly devoted at stressing its innovative character, with regard with traditional (national) citizenship. When one looks for the empirical actualization of legal rights of European citizens, as such, one finds that solidarity is not a really substantial character of EU law, although political rhetoric has been used for a long time to promote the "European social model".
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Jean-Claude Barbier. To what extent can the European Union deliver "social citizenship to its citizens". Adalbert Evers et Anne-Marie Guillemard. Social Policy and Citizenship, The Changing Landscape, Oxford University Press, pp.97-120, 2012. ⟨halshs-00620470⟩

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