International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law

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International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law. / Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas.

I: European Journal of Migration and Law, Bind 20, Nr. 4, 2018, s. 373–395.

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Gammeltoft-Hansen, T 2018, 'International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law', European Journal of Migration and Law, bind 20, nr. 4, s. 373–395.

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Gammeltoft-Hansen, T. (2018). International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law. European Journal of Migration and Law, 20(4), 373–395.

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Gammeltoft-Hansen T. International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law. European Journal of Migration and Law. 2018;20(4):373–395.

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Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas. / International Cooperation on Migration Control: Towards a Research Agenda for Refugee Law. I: European Journal of Migration and Law. 2018 ; Bind 20, Nr. 4. s. 373–395.

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