Deliberation or bargaining? An analysis on the Convention on the future of Europe
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- George Tsebelis & Sven-Oliver Proksch, 2007. "The Art of Political Manipulation in the European Convention," Journal of Common Market Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 45, pages 157-186, 03.
- Erik Oddvar Eriksen, 2006. "Deliberation and the problem of democratic legitimacy in the EU: Are working agreements the most that can be expected?," ARENA Working Papers 8, ARENA.
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