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European Economic and Social Constitutionalism After the Treaty of Lisbon


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Introduction Dagmar Schiek, Ulrike Liebert and Hildegard Schneider; Part I. European Economic and Social Constitutionalism Between Norms and Practices: 1. Re-embedding economic and social constitutionalism: normative perspectives for the EU Dagmar Schiek; 2. Reconciling market with social Europe? The EU under the Lisbon Treaty Ulrike Liebert; 3. Constitutionalism between normative frameworks and the socio-legal frameworks of society Nicole Lindstrom; 4. Observations on economic governance and the search for a European economic constitution Wouter Devroe and Pieter van Cleyenbreugel; Part II. Emanations of Tensions Between Economic and Social Integration: 5. Circular migration: a triple win situation? Wishful thinking or a serious option for a sustainable migration policy? Hildegard Schneider and Anja Wiesbrock; 6. EU Company regulation between economic and social integration Thomas Biermeyer; 7. Services of general economic interest under EU law constraints Ulla Neergaard; Part III. Studying Cases of Possible Tensions: 8. Civic integration of immigrants: a challenge to proportionality and non-discrimination in the common European immigration policy? Sergio Carrera and Anja Wiesbrock; 9. Corporate social responsibility: assessing the scope for an EU policy Sandra Kroeger; 10. Services of general interest provision through the third sector under EU competition law constraints - the example of organising healthcare in England, Wales and the Netherlands Ida Wendt and Andrea Gideon.

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Dagmar Schiek is Chair in European Law and Director of the Centre of European Law and Legal Studies at the University of Leeds. She has worked extensively on European labour law and non-discrimination law, and published in leading academic publications on the German constitution and on the German collective agreement act. Ulrike Liebert is Professor of Political Science, Jean Monnet Professor for European Politics, director of the Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies and co-director of the European Integration section of the Bremen International Graduate School for Social Sciences. Hildegard Schneider is Professor of European Law at Maastricht University, the Netherlands and at Universiteit Hasselt, Belgium, and Jean Monnet Chair for European Migration Law at Maastricht University.

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