The National Origins of Policy Ideas: Knowledge Regimes in the United States, France, Germany, and Denmark
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Keywordspolitics; ideas; policy; policymaking; domestic; international; policies; idea; ideas; country; countries; nation; national; think tank; political; government; United States; U.S.; America; France; Germany; Denmark; French; German; Danish; partisan; consensus; regime; officials; capitalism; global; globalization; neoliberalism; sociology;
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