Mapping public support for the varieties of differentiated integration

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SCHUESSLER, Julian, Max HEERMANN, Dirk LEUFFEN, Lisanne DE BLOK, Catherine E. DE VRIES, 2022. Mapping public support for the varieties of differentiated integration. In: European Union Politics. Sage. 9(4). ISSN 1465-1165. eISSN 1741-2757. Available under: doi: 10.1177/14651165221127633

@article{Schuessler2022-09Mappi-58727, title={Mapping public support for the varieties of differentiated integration}, year={2022}, doi={10.1177/14651165221127633}, number={4}, volume={9}, issn={1465-1165}, journal={European Union Politics}, author={Schuessler, Julian and Heermann, Max and Leuffen, Dirk and de Blok, Lisanne and de Vries, Catherine E.} }

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