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Bridging gaps - Strengthening Social Europe

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  • Reiner Hoffmann; Otto Jacobi
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    Working Paper 4/2007 - This text was originally published in spring 2007 as an article in volume 95 of the “Edition de Hans Boeckler Stiftung” series. The volume was entitled Social Embedding and the integration of markets: an opportunity for transnational trade union action or an impossible task?

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    Date of creation: Oct 2007
    Date of revision: Oct 2007
    Handle: RePEc:tui:wpaper:1
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