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Regulatory Reform: Research Agendas, Policy Instruments and Causation
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 April 2017
- European Journal of Risk Regulation , Volume 8 , Issue 1: Cambridge Inaugural Issue: The Past, Present And Future of Risk Regulation , March 2017 , pp. 72 - 76
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