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Twenty years of principal-agent research in EU politics: how to cope with complexity?

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Bibliographic reference Delreux, Tom ; Adriaensen, Johan. Twenty years of principal-agent research in EU politics: how to cope with complexity?. In: European Political Science, Vol. 17, no.2, p. 275 (2018)
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