Whatever happened to the Europe of the regions? Revisiting the regional dimension of European politics
ELIAS, Anwen; LYNCH, Peter; DE WINTER, Lieven; BRUSZT, Laszlo; KEATING, Michael; TATHAM, Michael Robert; MOORE, Carolyn; HEPBURN, Eve
Title: Whatever happened to the Europe of the regions? Revisiting the regional dimension of European politics
Author: ELIAS, Anwen; LYNCH, Peter; DE WINTER, Lieven; BRUSZT, Laszlo; KEATING, Michael; TATHAM, Michael Robert; MOORE, Carolyn; HEPBURN, Eve
Citation: Regional and federal studies, 2008, 18, 5, 483-635
Subject: European Union; Regionalism; Political representation; Multi-level governance; Nationalist parties; Euroscepticism; Regional politics; European integration; Regional development; EU enlargement; Structural change; Policy making; Europe
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