Politics versus Science in the Making of a New Regulatory Regime for Food in Europe
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- Christoph Strünck, 2005. "Mix-Up: Models of Governance and Framing Opportunities in U.S. and EU Consumer Policy," Journal of Consumer Policy, Springer, vol. 28(2), pages 203-230, June.
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Keywordsaccountability; agency theory; BSE crisis; institutionalism; integration theory; interest intermediation; neo-functionalism; policy networks; regulatory politics; transparency; European Food Agency; political science; law;
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