Implementation of the acquis communautaire in EU candidate countries: A reappraisal
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Keywordsacquis communautaire; EU candidate countries; Central and Eastern Europe; enlargement; Europeanization; fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis; implementation; policy change;
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