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German Law Journal
AbstractIn most EU policy areas, procedural cooperation between national administrations takes place through the shared implementation of "composite" decision-making procedures, facilitated by the operation of multijurisdictional networks or horizontal or vertical information exchange. In the context of asylum policy, such administrative cooperation has been necessary in the distribution of asylum seekers—in accordance with the Dublin III Regulation, which allocates responsibility among Memberdoi:10.1017/glj.2021.11 fatcat:j2e6jyu3frcn7eg27e55fuak44