Narrowing the gap? Law and new approaches to governance in the European Union
WALKER, Neil; DE BURCA, Grainne; TRUBEK, David M.; SCOTT, Joanne ; STURM, Susan; SMISMANS, Stijn; HERVEY, Tamara K.; TRUBEK, Louise; ARMSTRONG, Kenneth; KILPATRICK, Claire ; MAHER, Imelda; SCHELKLE, Waltraud
Columbia journal of European law, 2007, 13, 3, 513-764
WALKER, Neil, DE BURCA, Grainne, TRUBEK, David M., SCOTT, Joanne, STURM, Susan, SMISMANS, Stijn, HERVEY, Tamara K., TRUBEK, Louise, ARMSTRONG, Kenneth, KILPATRICK, Claire, MAHER, Imelda, SCHELKLE, Waltraud, Narrowing the gap? Law and new approaches to governance in the European Union, Columbia journal of European law, 2007, 13, 3, 513-764 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/17414
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