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The Notions of Regulation and Self-Regulation in Political Science

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THOMANN, Eva, 2017. The Notions of Regulation and Self-Regulation in Political Science. In: Journal of Self-Regulation and Regulation. Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg. 3, pp. 55-75. eISSN 2365-8959. Available under: doi: 10.11588/josar.2017.0.40136

@article{Thomann2017Notio-52368, title={The Notions of Regulation and Self-Regulation in Political Science}, year={2017}, doi={10.11588/josar.2017.0.40136}, volume={3}, journal={Journal of Self-Regulation and Regulation}, pages={55--75}, author={Thomann, Eva} }

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