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Discussing the Dublin IV Regulation’s potential effects on compliance behavior in Greece

Bode, Yannic L. (2017) Discussing the Dublin IV Regulation’s potential effects on compliance behavior in Greece.

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Abstract:The main research question to be answered in this thesis is: “To what extent can the proposal for a Dublin IV Regulation succeed at reducing non-compliance on the part of the Greek state?” In order to answer this question, data will be drawn on from various sources like reports by NGOs and EU institutions, as well academic work surrounding non-compliance by Member States, and Dublin III and IV. The academic work will further help understanding the causes of non-compliance, and allow for a more general background on this topic that can help assess how the changes in Dublin IV will affect non-compliance. The study’s purpose is to contribute to a growing pool of academic knowledge that can aid policy makers in constructing new policies that help deal with the massive recent and future influx of asylum seekers. Additionally, once the development of non-compliance among Member States under Dublin IV can be observed, it will show which of theories used in this thesis were applicable to this situation, allowing policy makers to see what are useful indicators of non-compliance in EU asylum policy, and to construct more effective measures to prevent it.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:88 social and public administration
Programme:Management Society and Technology BSc (56654)
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