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Concepts of Time and European Citizenship

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AbstractThe right of EU citizens to enjoy full social rights in their host Member State is closely related to their engagement in the performance of economic activities, as either workers, self-employed or service providers. Since the adoption of Directive 2004/38, length of residence has become an additional criterion for entitlement, in the absence of economic engagements. This article examines the implications of economic readings of time for the strengthening of social rights of all migrant EU citizens and questions the extent to which work time remains the main frame of reference for the legal construction of EU citizens and their rights.

Affiliations: 1: Faculty of Law, Centre for Migration Law, Radboud University NijmegenPO Box 9049, 6500 KK NijmegenThe Netherlands


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