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Explaining the density of post-communist interest group populations : resources, constituencies, and regime change

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Explaining the density of post-communist interest group populations : resources, constituencies, and regime change

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LABANINO, Rafael, Michael DOBBINS, Brigitte HORVÁTHOVÁ, 2021. Explaining the density of post-communist interest group populations : resources, constituencies, and regime change. In: Interest Groups & Advocacy. Springer. 10(4), pp. 321-344. ISSN 2047-7414. eISSN 2047-7422. Available under: doi: 10.1057/s41309-021-00130-3

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