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Deciding over controversial issues: Voting behavior in the Council and the European Parliament on genetically modified organisms

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  • Muhlbock, Monika
  • Tosun, Jale

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  • Muhlbock, Monika & Tosun, Jale, 2015. "Deciding over controversial issues: Voting behavior in the Council and the European Parliament on genetically modified organisms," GMCC-15: Seventh GMCC, November 17-20, 2015, Amsterdam, the Netherlands 211480, International Conference on Coexistence between Genetically Modified (GM) and non-GM based Agricultural Supply Chains (GMCC).
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