Containing (social) justice? rights, EU law and the recasting of Europe’s ‘social bargains’
Concluding remark: If the EU legal system is indeed an essential prerequisite for transnational economic liberalisation in Europe then both its existence (on the one hand) and its contested character and limited scope (on the other) suggest that liberalisation was far from an automatic consequence of a general dynamic or process, such as globalisation. Moreover, the on-going re-negotiation of aspects of the regime of socio-economic regulation means that its final form may not yet be settled....[Show more]
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