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On the Methodology of Studying Differentiated (Dis)integration : Or how the Potential Outcome Framework can contribute to evaluating the costs and benefits of opting in or out

On the Methodology of Studying Differentiated (Dis)integration : Or how the Potential Outcome Framework can contribute to evaluating the costs and benefits of opting in or out

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BURK, Marian, Dirk LEUFFEN, 2019. On the Methodology of Studying Differentiated (Dis)integration : Or how the Potential Outcome Framework can contribute to evaluating the costs and benefits of opting in or out. In: Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS). 57(6), pp. 1395-1406. ISSN 0021-9886. eISSN 1468-5965. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jcms.12958

@article{Burk2019-09-02Metho-46891, title={On the Methodology of Studying Differentiated (Dis)integration : Or how the Potential Outcome Framework can contribute to evaluating the costs and benefits of opting in or out}, year={2019}, doi={10.1111/jcms.12958}, number={6}, volume={57}, issn={0021-9886}, journal={Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS)}, pages={1395--1406}, author={Burk, Marian and Leuffen, Dirk} }

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