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Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

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Multilevel Democracy Experiments in European Social Movements: Deliberative Politics and Culture in the European Public Sphere
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East Side Story: How Transnational Networks Contested EU Accession Conditionality
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Joining forces and the likelihood of policy access: A multi-level network analysis of interest representation
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Two-Mode Networks in Energy Efficiency Policy: Patterns of Policy Instruments and Stakeholder-Participation
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"Ethno-linguistic mobilisations and linguistic policy. Does the Republic care about regional languages?"
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"The Dictates of Humanity and of the Public Conscience”: International Law as a Vehicle for Global Justice
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(Gender) Equality policies in young and eager institutions: the move towards a multiple inequalities and intersectionality approach in decentralised states
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(How) do regional interdependence networks evolve?
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‘Europeanization’ and Coalition Government in Minority Parliamentary Systems
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‘Europeanization’ outside the EU borders: European influence on Party Regulations in East European Neighborhood
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‘New populism’, or explaining post-ideological party competition in new European democracies
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“A detention centre is no place for a child!”: Emergence of child detention and removal as a morality issue in France and Britain
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“Bargaining over Language Rights”.
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“Collective identities and failed nationalism. The case of Valencia in Spain”.
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“Electoral participation and national integration in Catalonia and the region of Madrid”.
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“Ethno-linguistic Mobilisation and Regional Languages in Europe: Towards Recognition?”.
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“Ethno-linguistic Mobilisation, identity and regional languages in France. A comparison Alsace/Brittany”.
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“Ethno-linguistic Mobilisations in Central and East European States with Hungarian Minorities”.
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“Gender-madness” in Austria? The implementation of the EU-directive on access to goods and services
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“Getting Our Language Recognized: East-European Minorities Acting on a Multi-Level Arena”.
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