Investing in education in Europe : Evidence from a new survey of public opinion


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BUSEMEYER, Marius R., Julian L. GARRITZMANN, Erik NEIMANNS, Roula NEZI, 2018. Investing in education in Europe : Evidence from a new survey of public opinion. In: Journal of European Social Policy. 28(1), pp. 34-54. ISSN 0958-9287. eISSN 1461-7269. Available under: doi: 10.1177/0958928717700562

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