Rainer Bauböck, Eva Ersbøll, Kees Groenendijk and Harald Waldrauch
1 Nationality in public international law and european law
2 Methodology for comparing acquisition and loss of nationality
3 Acquisition of nationality
4 Loss of nationality
5 Administrative practices in the acquisition of nationality
6 Statistics on acquisition and loss of nationality
7 European trends in nationality law
Betty de Hart and Ricky van Oers
8 Rights of expatriates, multiple citizens and restricted citizenship for certain nationals
9 The legal integration of potential citizens: Denizens in the EU in the final years before the implementation of the 2003 Directive on long-term resident third country nationals
10 The status of quasi-citizenship in EU member states: Why some states have ‘almost-citizens’
11 Evaluation and recommendations
Rainer Bauböck and Bernhard Perchinig
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