The “place” of atypical work in the European social security coordination: A transnational comparative analysis (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom)

WP C.S.D.L.E. “Massimo D’Antona” .Collective Volumes - 2/2014

This text, published with authorization from Inca-Cgil UK, reproduces the contents of the final report edited by the authors within the project ACCESSOR (Atypical Contracts and Crossborder European Social Security Obligations and Rights), financed with the support of the European Commission ((VS/2012/0282) and coordinated by Marisa Pompei, president of Inca-Cgil UK. 

Caldarini, Carlo; Giubboni, Stefano; McKay, Sonia
free movement of workers,labour market,labour flexibility,non-standard employment,social security,social protection,comparative analysis,Belgium,France,Germany,Italy,Slovenia,Spain,Sweden,United Kingdom