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Welfare Mixes and Hybridity : Analytical and Managerial Implications ; ‘Welfare Mix’ and Hybridity ; Divergent but Compatible Concepts

Welfare Mixes and Hybridity : Analytical and Managerial Implications ; ‘Welfare Mix’ and Hybridity ; Divergent but Compatible Concepts

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SEIBEL, Wolfgang, 2015. Welfare Mixes and Hybridity : Analytical and Managerial Implications ; ‘Welfare Mix’ and Hybridity ; Divergent but Compatible Concepts. In: Voluntas : International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. 26(5), pp. 1759-1768. ISSN 0957-8765. eISSN 1573-7888

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