In a forthcoming article in a Special Issue on 'Future-Mapping the Directions of EU Law' (Journal of International and Comparative Law December 2020), I consider the future of the European Social Model by revisiting the classic account of post-World War Two European social integration. In particular, I am interested in earlier intellectual concepts of social integration which have largely disappeared from legal scholars' consciousness. What can scholars learn from the past when thinking about the future of the European Social Model?
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh|
|Publication status||Published - 9 Jun 2020|
- social integration
- member states