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Public Policy Meets Morality : Conceptual and Theoretical Challenges in the Analysis of Morality Policy Change

Public Policy Meets Morality : Conceptual and Theoretical Challenges in the Analysis of Morality Policy Change

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HEICHEL, Stephan, Christoph KNILL, Sophie SCHMITT, 2013. Public Policy Meets Morality : Conceptual and Theoretical Challenges in the Analysis of Morality Policy Change. In: Journal of European Public Policy. 20(3), pp. 318-334. ISSN 1350-1763

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