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Designing voluntary environmental agreements in Europe: Some lessons from the U.S. EPA's 33/50 program

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  • Maxwell, John W., 1998. "Designing voluntary environmental agreements in Europe: Some lessons from the U.S. EPA's 33/50 program," ZEI Working Papers B 07-1998, University of Bonn, ZEI - Center for European Integration Studies.
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