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The Immigration Policies in Comparison (IMPIC) Dataset: Technical Report

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  • Bjerre, Liv
  • Helbling, Marc
  • Römer, Friederike
  • Zobel, Malisa Zora

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  • Bjerre, Liv & Helbling, Marc & Römer, Friederike & Zobel, Malisa Zora, 2016. "The Immigration Policies in Comparison (IMPIC) Dataset: Technical Report," Discussion Papers, various Research Units SP VI 2016-201, WZB Berlin Social Science Center.
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