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The Complex Imprint of Foreign Rule : Tracking Differential Legacies along the Administrative Hierarchy

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VOGLER, Jan P., 2022. The Complex Imprint of Foreign Rule : Tracking Differential Legacies along the Administrative Hierarchy. In: Studies in Comparative International Development. Springer. ISSN 0039-3606. eISSN 1936-6167. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s12116-022-09363-y

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