Last October, the European Commission proposed a framework directive on minimum wages. Whether one likes it or not, the EU is competent to do so.
After years of ‘public bad, private good’ ideology in healthcare, the shock of the coronavirus calls for a post-crisis European strategy to advance public health.
Can the European Pillar of Social Rights underpin a social union—or must social rights end at national borders?
The privileging of economic freedoms over social rights by the European Court of Justice could be reversed by a thorough harmonisation of European social law.