Chapter 11: The EU social security rules on posting: defining problems and potential solutions
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The posting of workers within the European Union has caused a great deal of legal and political controversy in recent decades. In this chapter, it is argued that an intervention logic should be elaborated regarding the EU social security rules on posting. The design of an intervention logic should help to better understand the problems currently encountered in the field of posting as provided for under Article 12 of Regulation 883/2004 and how these could be addressed through changes to the provisions in the Coordination Regulations as well as through measures that do not require a legal intervention. The aim of the chapter is to set a research agenda for the intervention logic design by pin-pointing problems, by identifying possible policy options and by briefly listing the possible advantages and disadvantages of these policy options. This exercise might be a stepping stone for a similar initiative at the EU level.

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