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Structural Power and Public Policy : A Signaling Model of Business Lobbying in Democratic Capitalism

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BERNHAGEN, Patrick, Thomas BRÄUNINGER, 2005. Structural Power and Public Policy : A Signaling Model of Business Lobbying in Democratic Capitalism. In: Political Studies. 53, pp. 43-64. Available under: doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9248.2005.00516.x

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