8 Eur. J. Soc. Sec. 1 (2006)

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GUEST EDITORIAL
ANN-CHARLOTTE STAHLBERG                                             3
ARTICLES
The EU Constitution: What Went Wrong for 'Social Protection'?
MARIA KoRDA and PAUL SCHOUKENS                                      7
Co-ordination of Pensions in the European Union: the Case of
Mandatory Defined-Contribution Schemes in the Central and
Eastern European Countries
LAURI LEPPIK                                                       35
The Dutch Welfare State: Recent Trends and Challenges in Historical
Perspective
WIM VAN OORSCHOT                                                   57
NEWS AND CASES                                                        77
BOOK REVIEWS
HERBERT OBINGER, STEPHAN LEIBFRIED and FRANcis G. CASTLES (eds.),
Federalism and the Welfare State. New World and European Experiences
(reviewed by Luis Moreno)                                            113
NicoLA McEWEN and Luis MORENO (eds.), The Territorial Politics of
Welfare
(reviewed by Herbert Obinger)                                        115
FRANS PENNINGS (ed.), Between Soft and Hard Law. The Impact of
International Social Security Standards on National Social Security Law
(reviewed by Paul Schoukens)                                         117
BIRGIT PFAU-EFFINGER and BIRGIT GEISSLER (eds.), Care and Social
Integration in European Societies
(reviewed by Ingo Bode)                                              119

European journal of Social Security, Volume 8 (2006), No. 1I

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