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The Dualism of Contemporary Traditional Governance and the State : Institutional Setups and Political Consequences

The Dualism of Contemporary Traditional Governance and the State : Institutional Setups and Political Consequences

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HOLZINGER, Katharina, Florian G. KERN, Daniela KROMREY, 2016. The Dualism of Contemporary Traditional Governance and the State : Institutional Setups and Political Consequences. In: Political Research Quarterly. 69(3), pp. 469-481. ISSN 1065-9129. eISSN 1938-274X

@article{Holzinger2016-09-01Duali-34177, title={The Dualism of Contemporary Traditional Governance and the State : Institutional Setups and Political Consequences}, year={2016}, doi={10.1177/1065912916648013}, number={3}, volume={69}, issn={1065-9129}, journal={Political Research Quarterly}, pages={469--481}, author={Holzinger, Katharina and Kern, Florian G. and Kromrey, Daniela} }

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