Can Path Dependence Explain Institutional Change? Two Approaches Applied to Welfare State Reform
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- Bernhard Ebbinghaus, 2009. "Can Path Dependence Explain Institutional Change? Two Approaches Applied to Welfare State Reform," Chapters,in: The Evolution of Path Dependence, chapter 8 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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