Erratum Partnerships in International Policy-Making

Civil Society and Public Institutions in European and Global Affairs
  • Raffaele Marchetti
Part of the International Series on Public Policy book series (ISPP)

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R. Marchetti (ed.), Partnerships in International Policy-Making, International Series on Public Policy, DOI 10.1057/978-1-349-94938-0

DOI 10.1057/978-1-349-94938-0_16

The original book was published without the references in the print and online versions of the below chapters. The references are listed below:


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  • Raffaele Marchetti
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  1. 1.LUISSRomaItaly

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