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Conclusion

  • Kevin Parthenay
Chapter

Abstract

The political sociology of regionalisms offers insightful perspectives for comparisons. In this concluding chapter, we synthetize the general proposal, underline the necessity of academic collaborations to consolidate a research agenda, and identify some limits that constitute future challenges for empirical and theoretical work.

Keywords

Sociology of international relations Public policy analysis Regional orders Area studies Fieldwork 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kevin Parthenay
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  1. 1.Sciences PoParisFrance

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