Acquisition and loss of nationality: policies and trends in 15 European states, Volume 1
Acquisition and Loss of Nationality brings together a team of thirty researchers for an in-depth analysis of nationality laws in all fifteen pre-2004 member states of the European Union. Volume One presents detailed comparisons of the citizenship laws of all fifteen nations, while Volume Two contains individual studies of each country's laws. Together, the books are the most comprehensive available resource on the question of European nationality.
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Rainer Baubock Eva Ersbell Kees Groenendijk and Harald Waldrauch
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