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 Research Handbook on European Union Citizenship Law and Policy
Navigating Challenges and Crises

Published: 2021

This Research Handbook provides a panoramic guide to the study and research of EU citizenship and its development within a challenging environment characterised by restrictive access to social benefits, Brexit, Euroscepticism and Covid-19. It combines theoretical perspectives with analyses of both the existing and future rights, duties and social protection that EU citizens ought to enjoy in a democratic and principled European Union.

Contents


List of contributors


1) Introduction: challenges and crises of Union citizenship
   Daniel Thym


PART I THEORETICAL EXPLORATIONS


2) The power of the norm: EU citizenship as constitutional right
   Anne Wesemann
3) A social-constructivist approach towards the evolution of EU citizenship
   Martin Steinfeld
4) The evolution of citizens’ rights in light of the EU’s constitutional development
   Daniel Thym
5) The genesis of European rights
   Willem Maas
6) EU citizenship: a social empathy perspective
   Karmelia Yiannakou
7) The relationship between national and EU citizenship: what is it and
   what should it be?
   Martijn van den Brink


PART II CITIZENS’ RIGHTS


8) Citizenship, territory and COVID-19
  Stephen Coutts
9) The rules on the free movement of workers in the European Union
   Adela Boitos and Manuel Kellerbauer
10) Free movement or fundamental rights? EU citizenship as a legal
     gateway to fundamental rights protection
     Adrienne Yong
11) EU citizenship and family reunification: the evolving concept of
     a European Union territory
      Hester Kroeze
12) Using EU citizenship to protect academic freedom: an alternative method
      Tamas Dezso Ziegler
13) Does Member State withdrawal automatically extinguish EU citizenship?
      Oliver Garner


PART III SOCIAL CITIZENSHIP


14) EU citizenship and the welfare state
      Francesco Costamagna and Stefano Giubboni
15) Progression and retrogression of the ECJ case law on access to social benefits
      Ségolène Barbou des Places
16) The limits of judicialising transnational welfare: progression and
     retrogression of the ECJ case law on access to social benefits
      Susanne K. Schmidt
17) The outer limits of transnational solidarity between the EU’s Member
     States in a social security setting
     Jaan Paju


PART IV EU CITIZENSHIP POST-BREXIT: DIFFERENTIATED
CITIZENSHIP REVISITED


18) Differentiated citizenship in the European Economic Area
     Christian Franklin and Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen
19) ‘Citizenship of the Association’: the examples of Turkey and Switzerland
       Narin Idriz and Christa Tobler
20) Employment and social rights of labour migrants post-Brexit
     Herwig Verschueren
21) Irish citizenship law after Brexit: implications for Northern Ireland
     Clemens M. Rieder
22) Epilogue: on guest houses and institutional reconfigurations
     Dora Kostakopoulou


Index