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Developing capabilities and rights in welfare-to-work policies

Bibliographic reference Dean, Hartley ; Bonvin, Jean-Michel ; Vielle, Pascale ; Farvaque, Nicolas. Developing capabilities and rights in welfare-to-work policies. In: European Societies, Vol. 7, no.1, p. 3-26 (2005)
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