Introduction -- Welfare, citizenship and social justice in action -- The rise of market citizenship and the illusion of equal treatment -- Discounting proportionality and exacerbating disadvantage -- Market citizenship and ideological obligations to justice : the market as morality -- Activation-plus : welfare reforms and declaratory discrimination -- Resisting competence for market citizens : shortcomings in the social security coordination framework -- Market citizenship and administrative barriers to justice -- Is European social justice possible? -- Unity in adversity : some conclusions
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