Introduction : free movement between membership and partnership / Daniel Thym and Margarite Helena Zoeteweij-Turhan Constitutional foundations of the judgments on the EEC-Turkey Association Agreement / Daniel Thym The Court of Justice and the development of EEC-Turkey association law / Kees Groenendijk Pretending there is no union : non-derivative quasi-citzenship rights of third-country nationals in the EU / Dimitry Kochenov and Martijn van den Brink Context-related interpretation of association agreements : the Polydor principle in a comparative perspective : EEA law, Ankara Association Law and market access agreements between Switzerland and the EU / Christa Tobler Rights of third country nationals under the EEA agreement / Christian Franklin Turkey on the tightrope : from readmission to visa-liberalization agreement? / Margarite Helena Zoeteweij-Turhan Decision no 3/80 of the EEC-Turkey Association Council : significance and developments / Paul Minderhoud The stand still clauses in the EU-Turkey Association Aagreement and their impact upon immigration law in the EU member states / Kay Hailbronner EU migration law and the EU/Turkey Association Agreement / Steve Peers The puzzle posed by demir for the free movement of Turkish workers : a step forward, a step back, or standstill? / Narin Tezcan The implications of the visa requirements for the EU-Turkey customs union : free movement of products- not the producer / Ozan Turhan Conceptualizing an 'association citizenship' for children of Turkish workers / Julinda Beqiraj and Francesea Ippolito.
This book highlights the significance of the rules on the free movement of persons in the association agreements between the European Union and neighbouring states, in particular Turkey. It identifies overarching themes and demonstrates the pertinence of the law and judges in enforcing and developing further the rights of individuals in the association agreements across borders. 0The various chapters in this volume extrapolate horizontal questions of legal interpretation, constitutional formation and substantive approximation, which underlie the diverse rules in different association agreements with neighbouring countries; they support the overall conclusion that there are degrees of free movement and citizens rights defining the status of associated countries between membership and partnership.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
KJE6044 .R545 2015
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