This Article will deal with the rights of European Union (“EU”) citizens and third country nationals. It first gives a brief overview of the classical doctrine of harmonization of legislation. This is followed by an analysis of the harmonization issues for rights of EU citizens (Part II) and third country nationals (Part III). Subsequently, harmonization methods are discussed (Part IV). Finally, it will attempt to sketch a framework for analysis (Part V).
Piet Jan Slot and Mielle Bulterman,
Harmonization of Legislation on Migrating EU Citizens and Third Country Nationals: Towards a Uniform Evaluation Framework?,
29 Fordham Int'l L.J. 747
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