How Europe matters : different mechanisms of Europeanization

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KNILL, Christoph, Dirk LEHMKUHL, 1999. How Europe matters : different mechanisms of Europeanization. In: European Integration online Papers : EIoP. 3(7)

@article{Knill1999Europ-4271, title={How Europe matters : different mechanisms of Europeanization}, year={1999}, number={7}, volume={3}, journal={European Integration online Papers : EIoP}, author={Knill, Christoph and Lehmkuhl, Dirk}, note={Link zur Originalveröffentlichung:

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