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Who wants to pay for deliberative democracy? The crowdfunders of the G1000 in Belgium

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Bibliographic reference Jacquet, Vincent ; Reuchamps, Min. Who wants to pay for deliberative democracy? The crowdfunders of the G1000 in Belgium. In: European Political Science Review, Vol. 10, no. 1, p. 29-49
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