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The trade union response to the European economic governance regime. Transnational mobilization and wage coordination

Bibliographic reference Dufresne, Anne. The trade union response to the European economic governance regime. Transnational mobilization and wage coordination. In: Special issue, European Collective Action in Times of Crisis, Vol. 21, no. 2, p. 141-156
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