On judicial mobilization: Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis

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On judicial mobilization : Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis. / Mayoral, Juan A.; Torres Pérez, Aida.

The role of judicial proceedings in EU policy implementation. red. / Emmanuelle Mathieu; Christian Adam; Miriam Hartlapp. Routledge, 2020. (Journal of European Integration).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Mayoral, JA & Torres Pérez, A 2020, On judicial mobilization: Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis. i E Mathieu, C Adam & M Hartlapp (red), The role of judicial proceedings in EU policy implementation. Routledge, Journal of European Integration.

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Mayoral, J. A., & Torres Pérez, A. (2020). On judicial mobilization: Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis. I E. Mathieu, C. Adam, & M. Hartlapp (red.), The role of judicial proceedings in EU policy implementation Routledge. Journal of European Integration

Vancouver

Mayoral JA, Torres Pérez A. On judicial mobilization: Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis. I Mathieu E, Adam C, Hartlapp M, red., The role of judicial proceedings in EU policy implementation. Routledge. 2020. (Journal of European Integration).

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Mayoral, Juan A. ; Torres Pérez, Aida. / On judicial mobilization : Entrepreneuring for policy change at times of crisis. The role of judicial proceedings in EU policy implementation. red. / Emmanuelle Mathieu ; Christian Adam ; Miriam Hartlapp. Routledge, 2020. (Journal of European Integration).

Bibtex

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