Supranational institutions, path dependence and EU policy\ud development: the cases of student and patient mobility

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Cheiladaki, Maria;
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The purpose of the present study is, by employing the methods of process-tracing and pattern-matching, to compare the policy-processes with regards to the cases of student and patient mobility. While the case-study approach to EU policy-making from a comparative perspec... View more
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