Items where Kingston Author is "Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina"

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Article

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2006) Improving the portability of supplementary pension rights. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 28(1), pp. 95-104. ISSN (print) 0964-9069

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2006) European governance after Lisbon and portability of supplementary pension rights. Journal of Contemporary European Research, 2(1), pp. 75-91. ISSN (online) 1815-347X

Book Section

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2012) Climate change: effects on mobility of EU workers and the need to safeguard supplementary (occupation) pension rights. In: Farrall, Stephen , Ahmed, Tawhida and French, Duncan, (eds.) Criminological and legal consequences of climate change. Oxford, U.K. : Hart Publishing. pp. 151-168. (OƱati International Series in Law and Society) ISBN 9781849461863

Conference or Workshop Item

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2012) Climate change effects on pension rights of EU citizens: another challenge in achieving safe, sustainable and adequate pensions? In: Climate Change Governance Conference ; 2 Nov 2012, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2012) Improving supplementary pension rights for mobile EU workers still on the EU agenda. Which is the way forward? In: Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Annual Conference 2012; 3 - 5 Apr 2012, Leicester, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2010) Enhancing cross-border portability of supplementary pension rights; can soft-law replace hard-law? In: Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference 2010: Human Rights Act Ten Years On; 13 - 16 Sep 2010, Southampton, U.K. . (Unpublished)

Kalogeropoulou, Konstantina (2010) The impact of climate change on supplementary pension rights of EU migrant workers. In: Legal and Criminological Consequences of Climate Change; 29-30 Apr 2010, Onati, Spain. (Unpublished)

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