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Some Private International Law Aspects of European Economic Migration

  • Jasmina AlihodžićEmail author
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Part of the Balkan Yearbook of European and International Law book series

Abstract

While private international law traditionally regulates private legal relations with an international element, interaction between Private International Law and Migration Law deals with the legal regulation of (international) movement of persons. Despite being separate areas of law, emphasised by the divide between public and private law, there is an ongoing interaction between them. In regulating the status and ensuring the legal protection of economic migrants in the EU, the potential of private international law mechanisms has to be re-evaluated and adjusted to provide optimum protection for this category of persons.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of LawUniversity of TuzlaTuzlaBosnia and Herzegovina

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