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Distributive Politics, Electoral Institutions and European Structural and Investment Funding : Evidence from Italy and France

Distributive Politics, Electoral Institutions and European Structural and Investment Funding : Evidence from Italy and France

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DELLMUTH, Lisa Maria, Dominik SCHRAFF, Michael F. STOFFEL, 2017. Distributive Politics, Electoral Institutions and European Structural and Investment Funding : Evidence from Italy and France. In: Journal of Common Market Studies : JCMS. 55(2), pp. 275-293. ISSN 0021-9886. eISSN 1468-5965. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jcms.12433

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