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The European Journal of Social Security (EJSS) is a highly respected, peer-reviewed journal, which is aimed at academics, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners who are interested in social security in Europe.
EJSS is primarily concerned with developments in social security at the EU level and, on a comparative basis, with developments in different European countries. It adopts a broad definition of social security and, in addition to articles on different forms of income maintenance, it includes articles on demography, inequality, poverty, disability, health and social care, employment, migration, taxation and public expenditure.
Frans Pennings (Utrecht) and Michael Adler (Edinburgh)
Book review editor:
Sara Stendahl (Göteborg)
Fiona McGrath and Martin Pullinger (Edinburgh)
Willem Adema (OECD); Jos Berghman (Leuven); Mel Cousins (Glasgow Caledonian); Eberhard Eichenhofer (Jena); Bent Greve (Roskilde); Tamara Hervey (Sheffield); Bjørn Hvinden (Nova, Oslo); Gábor Juhász (Budapest); Peter Kemp (Oxford, FISS); Francis Kessler (Paris); Kirsten Ketscher (Copenhagen); Wim van Oorschot (Tilburg); Danny Pieters (Leuven, EISS); Simon Roberts (Nottingham); Bernd Schulte (MPI Munich) and Herwig Verschueren (EC Brussels).