Granularity and state socialisation: explaining Germany’s 2015 refugee policy reversal
Between late August and mid-November 2015, the German Government liberalised its refugee policy to allow an unlimited number of people to claim asylum in the country, and then made a near-reversal on this policy by calling for European-wide quotas on the number of refugees entering the EU and a reduction in the number of refugees Germany would admit. The German Government’s decisions to liberalise and then backtrack on its refugee policy within a short time...[Show more]
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