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Post-crisis learning in public agencies: what do we learn from both actors and institutions?

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Bibliographic reference Schiffino, Nathalie ; Taskin, Laurent ; Donis, Céline ; Raone, Julien. Post-crisis learning in public agencies: what do we learn from both actors and institutions?. In: Policy Studies, Vol. online at the moment, at the moment, p. online at the moment (29 May 016)
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