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Process-oriented federalism in the EU : A (partial) response to critiques of process review advocacy in the EU. / Harvey, Darren.

In: EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW, Vol. 46, No. 4, 08.2021, p. 460-480.

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Harvey, D 2021, 'Process-oriented federalism in the EU: A (partial) response to critiques of process review advocacy in the EU', EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 460-480.

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Harvey, D. (2021). Process-oriented federalism in the EU: A (partial) response to critiques of process review advocacy in the EU. EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW, 46(4), 460-480.

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Harvey D. Process-oriented federalism in the EU: A (partial) response to critiques of process review advocacy in the EU. EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW. 2021 Aug;46(4):460-480.

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Harvey, Darren. / Process-oriented federalism in the EU : A (partial) response to critiques of process review advocacy in the EU. In: EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW. 2021 ; Vol. 46, No. 4. pp. 460-480.

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