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The International Diffusion of Public-Sector Downsizing: Network Emulation and Theory-Driven Learning

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  • Lee, Chang Kil & Strang, David, 2006. "The International Diffusion of Public-Sector Downsizing: Network Emulation and Theory-Driven Learning," International Organization, Cambridge University Press, vol. 60(04), pages 883-909, October.
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