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29/11/2013

The “place” of atypical work in the European social security coordination: A transnational comparative analysis

Funded by the European Commission under Accessor Project  (VS/2012/0282) - PROVISIONAL VERSION



author(s): Inca Belgium, Inca France, Inca Germany, DGB Rechtsschutz GmbK, Inca Italy, Ires Cgil, Inca Spain, CCOO de Catalunya, Inca Slovenia, Inca Sweden, Inca UK, Working Lives Research Institute – S. Giubboni, S. McKay, C. Caldarini
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