European Journal of Social Law (EJSL)
Publisher: die Keure / la Charte
The European Journal of Social Law (EJSL) is an academic peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the dissemination of internationally excellent research on developments, trends and challenges in labour law and social security/welfare law at the European and international levels.
EJSL analyses the
expanding field of social law at the European level in its complex and dynamic interconnections with general developments in the integration process and in the construction of the European polity. In particular, the journal's focus is on the impact of the market freedoms and other general principles and policies of the European Union on national and European social values and rights.
EJSL focuses both on the theoretical and constitutional dimensions of these developments and on the systematic analysis of legislation, case-law and new policy trends in European labour law and social security law.
Prof. dr. Yves Jorens, professor of Social Security Law and European Social Law at the Faculty of Law of
Ghent University in Belgium
Prof. dr. Stefano Giubboni, associate professor of Labour law at the University of Perugia in Italy
Mark Barenberg, Columbia Law School, New York
Michael Dougan, University of Liverpool
Stefano Giubboni, University of Perugia
Yves Jorens, Ghent University
Kristina Koldinska, Charles University, Prague
Jean-Philippe Lhernould, Université de Poitiers
Antonio Lo Faro, University of Catania
Eleanor Spaventa, Durham University
Franco Ferrari, Verona University and New York University
Koen Lenaerts, Judge, President of the Third Chamber of the European Court of Justice
Bernd Baron von Maydell, former Director Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Social Law,
Silvana Sciarra, University of Florence
Erika Szyszczak, University of Leicester
Jef Van Langendonck, Honorary Secretary-General European Institute of Social Security, Katholieke
Jérôme Vignon, Honorary Director, European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
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