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Combining large-n and small-n strategies: The way forward in coalition research

Bibliographic reference Baeck, Hanna ; Dumont, Patrick. Combining large-n and small-n strategies: The way forward in coalition research.Annual Meeting of the American-Political-Science-Association (Chicago(Il), Sep 02-05, 2004). In: West European Politics, Vol. 30, no. 3, p. 467-501 (2007)
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