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In Courts We Trust : Administrative Justice in Swedish Migration Courts

@inproceedings{Johannesson2017InCW,
  title={In Courts We Trust : Administrative Justice in Swedish Migration Courts},
  author={Livia Johannesson},
  year={2017}
}
The research problem this dissertation addresses is how judicial practices generate administrative justice in asylum determination procedures. Previous research on immigration policies argues that ... 

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