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Keynes, Friedman, or Monnet? : Explaining parliamentary voting behaviour on fiscal aid for euro area member states

Keynes, Friedman, or Monnet? : Explaining parliamentary voting behaviour on fiscal aid for euro area member states

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DEGNER, Hanno, Dirk LEUFFEN, 2016. Keynes, Friedman, or Monnet? : Explaining parliamentary voting behaviour on fiscal aid for euro area member states. In: West European Politics. 39(6), pp. 1139-1159. ISSN 0140-2382. eISSN 1743-9655

@article{Degner2016-11Keyne-34542, title={Keynes, Friedman, or Monnet? : Explaining parliamentary voting behaviour on fiscal aid for euro area member states}, year={2016}, doi={10.1080/01402382.2016.1184019}, number={6}, volume={39}, issn={0140-2382}, journal={West European Politics}, pages={1139--1159}, author={Degner, Hanno and Leuffen, Dirk} }

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