Immigration after Brexit : Ironies and Challenges

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THYM, Daniel, Mattias WENDEL, 2019. Immigration after Brexit : Ironies and Challenges. ECLN-Conference 2017 : Brexit - ‘Challenge or end of EU constitutional law?’. Lissabon, Jun 23, 2017 - Jun 24, 2017. In: GUERRA MARTINS, Ana Maria, ed., Ingolf PERNICE, ed.. Brexit and the future of EU politics : a constitutional law perspective. Baden-Baden:Nomos, pp. 185-198. ISBN 978-3-7489-0324-6. Available under: doi: 10.5771/9783748903246-185

@inproceedings{Thym2019Immig-48944, title={Immigration after Brexit : Ironies and Challenges}, year={2019}, doi={10.5771/9783748903246-185}, number={10}, isbn={978-3-7489-0324-6}, address={Baden-Baden}, publisher={Nomos}, series={European constitutional law network series}, booktitle={Brexit and the future of EU politics : a constitutional law perspective}, pages={185--198}, editor={Guerra Martins, Ana Maria and Pernice, Ingolf}, author={Thym, Daniel and Wendel, Mattias} }

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