Do Human and Social Capital Determine the Outcome of Asylum Procedures?

Yuliya Kosyakova discusses whether the human and social capital of asylum-seekers affect the results of decisions regarding their asylum applications and the length of asylum procedures based on a comprehensive longitudinal survey of 5,300 refugees in Germany. Image courtesy of Kurt Padoga / Yuliya Kosyakova.

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