Devolution and public policy: a comparative perspective
KEATING, Michael; MCEWEN, Nicola; LOSADA, Antón; MÁIZ, Ramón; WINCOTT, Daniel; SUBIRATS, Joan; RYNCK, Stefaan De; GREER, Scott L.; MORENO, Luis; TRELLES, Carlos
Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 413-558
KEATING, Michael, MCEWEN, Nicola, LOSADA, Antón, MÁIZ, Ramón, WINCOTT, Daniel, SUBIRATS, Joan, RYNCK, Stefaan De, GREER, Scott L., MORENO, Luis, TRELLES, Carlos, Devolution and public policy: a comparative perspective, Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 413-558 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/17490
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