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Parallel process of global convergence and national differentiation of climate change policy ideas : Focusing on policy networks between national and global organizations

Parallel process of global convergence and national differentiation of climate change policy ideas : Focusing on policy networks between national and global organizations

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SATOH, Keiichi, 2016. Parallel process of global convergence and national differentiation of climate change policy ideas : Focusing on policy networks between national and global organizations. In: AGLOS : Journal of Area-Based Global Studies(Special Edition 2015), pp. 1-23. ISSN 1884-8052

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