Explaining the Absence of a Genuine European Social-Democrat Consensus: the Case of 'Une Stratégie pour la Solidarité'
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Keywordsfiscal policy; governance; harmonisation; integration theory; legitimacy; networks; policy analysis; political parties; regulations; supranationalism; political science;
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