Equality and the Market: the unhappy fate of religious discrimination in Europe

@article{HennetteVauchez2017EqualityAT,
  title={Equality and the Market: the unhappy fate of religious discrimination in Europe},
  author={St{\'e}phanie Hennette-Vauchez},
  journal={European Constitutional Law Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={13},
  pages={744 - 758}
}
Rulings by the European Court of Justice are seldom as anxiously awaited as those delivered by the Grand Chamber inMarch 2017 in the Bougnaoui and Achbita cases. To be sure, the preliminary references by both the French Cour de cassation and the BelgianHof van Cassatie triggered much restlessness for at least three reasons. First, to put the matter in context, the topic of religious freedom (and religious discrimination) has become increasingly prominent in Europe and beyond; the topic of… 
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