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Homo Oeconomicus (1951–1972)

  • Stefanie Pukallus
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Abstract

The first representation of European citizenship emerged in the context of the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community. Homo Oeconomicus, as a form of economic-social European citizenship, portrays a male qualified coal and steel worker (from 1957 a worker per se) of French, German, Dutch, Luxembourgian, Italian or Belgium nationality. The European Commission imagined that such a worker would happily use his newly acquired right to free movement in order to find work in another member state and ascribed social rights and benefits to the worker and his family. With the renewed impetus for greater European political integration in the late 1960s this representation began to become obsolete and was soon replaced by the representation ‘A People’s Europe’.

Keywords

Member State European Integration Steel Industry Public Communication Information Policy 
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