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Candidates in 2013 Italian general election: evidence from the Italian Candidate Survey

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 October 2015

Aldo Di Virgilio
Affiliation:
University of Bologna, Department of Political and Social Sciences, Bologna, Italy
Daniela Giannetti
Affiliation:
University of Bologna, Department of Political and Social Sciences, Bologna, Italy
Andrea Pedrazzani
Affiliation:
University of Bologna, Department of Political and Social Sciences, Bologna, Italy
Luca Pinto*
Affiliation:
University of Bologna, Department of Political and Social Sciences, Bologna, Italy
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