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Introduction : the judicial deconstruction of Union citizenship / Daniel Thym Extending citizenship rights and losing it all : brexit and the perils of "over-constitutionalisation" / Susanne K Schmidt The citizenship of personal circumstances in Europe / Dimitry Kochenov (De)Constructing the road to brexit : paving the way to further limitations on free movement and equal treatment? / Stephanie Reynolds Why did the citizenship jurisprudence change? / Urška Šadl and Suvi Sankari The evolution of citizens : rights in light of the European Union's constitutional development / Daniel Thym The engine of "europeanness" : free movement, social transnationalism and European identification / Ettore Recchi European citizenship and transnational rights : chronicles of a troubled narrative / Francesca Strumia Consolidating union citizenship : residence and solidarity rights for jobseekers and the economically inactive in the post-Dano era / Ferdinand Wollenschläger Back to the roots : no access to social assistance for Union citizens who are economically inactive / Paul Minderhoud and Sandra Mantu Integrating Union citizenship and the Charter of Fundamental Rights / Niamh Nic Shuibhne The constitutional status of foreigners and European Union citizens : loopholes and interactions in the scope of application of fundamental rights / Sara Iglesias Sánchez The integration exception : a new limit to social rights of third-country nationals in European Union law? / Karin De Vries Membership without naturalisation? : the limits of European Court of Human Rights case law on residence security and equal treatment / Clíodhna Murphy Conclusion : the non-simultaneous evolution of citizens' rights / Dora Kostakopoulou and Daniel Thym.
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Print version: Questioning EU citizenship Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2017 Original