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Socio-economic institutions, organized interests and partisan politics : the development of vocational education in Denmark and Sweden

Socio-economic institutions, organized interests and partisan politics : the development of vocational education in Denmark and Sweden

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DOBBINS, Michael, Marius R. BUSEMEYER, 2015. Socio-economic institutions, organized interests and partisan politics : the development of vocational education in Denmark and Sweden. In: Socio-Economic Review. 13(2), pp. 259-284. ISSN 1475-1461. eISSN 1475-147X

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