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The effect of economic globalization on compensatory and social Investment policies compared : A multi-level analysis of OECD countries

The effect of economic globalization on compensatory and social Investment policies compared : A multi-level analysis of OECD countries

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BUSEMEYER, Marius R., Julian L. GARRITZMANN, 2017. The effect of economic globalization on compensatory and social Investment policies compared : A multi-level analysis of OECD countries

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