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De Cuyper: platentektoniek in het Europa van de Burgers

Nicolas Rennuy (UGent)
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The De Cuyper case stands at the crossroads between the European Citizenship provisions and the social security Regulations. Searching for a balance between these at times dissonant approaches, the Court reshaped the constitutional relationship between the free movement provisions of the TFEU, the social security Regulations and national social security law through the principle of proportionality. Thereby, it introduced a test which would reverberate across European social security law and other domains of EU internal market law. The Court's application thereof on the facts of the case is criticised on the grounds that it does not do justice to the atypical nature of the unemployment benefit at stake.
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principle of proportionality, European Citizenship, European social security law, coordination, export of benefits, unemployment benefits

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Rennuy, Nicolas. 2012. “De Cuyper: Platentektoniek in Het Europa Van De Burgers.” In Vrij Verkeer Van Personen in 60 Arresten : De Zegeningen Van Het Europees Burgerschap, ed. Ger Essers, Anne Pieter van der Mei, and Filip Van Overmeiren, 273–283. Deventer: Kluwer.
APA
Rennuy, N. (2012). De Cuyper: platentektoniek in het Europa van de Burgers. In G. Essers, A. P. van der Mei, & F. Van Overmeiren (Eds.), Vrij verkeer van personen in 60 arresten : de zegeningen van het Europees burgerschap (pp. 273–283). Deventer: Kluwer.
Vancouver
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Rennuy N. De Cuyper: platentektoniek in het Europa van de Burgers. In: Essers G, van der Mei AP, Van Overmeiren F, editors. Vrij verkeer van personen in 60 arresten : de zegeningen van het Europees burgerschap. Deventer: Kluwer; 2012. p. 273–83.
MLA
Rennuy, Nicolas. “De Cuyper: Platentektoniek in Het Europa Van De Burgers.” Vrij Verkeer Van Personen in 60 Arresten : De Zegeningen Van Het Europees Burgerschap. Ed. Ger Essers, Anne Pieter van der Mei, & Filip Van Overmeiren. Deventer: Kluwer, 2012. 273–283. Print.
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  author       = {Rennuy, Nicolas},
  booktitle    = {Vrij verkeer van personen in 60 arresten : de zegeningen van het Europees burgerschap},
  editor       = {Essers, Ger and van der Mei, Anne Pieter and Van Overmeiren, Filip},
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