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Fux, Beat (1995): Switzerland: Persisiting Scepticism About pro-Birth Interventions. S. 221-244 in: Hein Moors, Rossella Palomba (Hrsg.) Population, Family and Welfare. A Comparative Survey of European Attitudes. Oxford: Clarendon Press. mehr
Henning, Christian H.C.A. (1995): A formal model of law production by government as a 'Natural Monopoly'. S. 601-614 in: Herbert Döring (Hrsg.) Parliamnts and Majority Rule in Western Europe. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag/St. Martin's Press. mehr
Henning, Christian H.C.A. (1995): Toward a measurement of political capital: A theoretical and emprical assessment. S. 22 in: Martin G. Everett, Keith Rennolls (Hrsg.) International Conference on Social Networks, London. Greenwich: Greenwich University Press. mehr
Henning, Christian H.C.A., und Petri Uusikylä (1995): The Impact of Communication Networks on Political Bargaining among Public and Private Organizations. Theoretical Conceptions and Empirical Evidence?. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich II; 10] mehr
Ishida, Hiroshi, Walter Müller und John Ridge (1995): Class Origin, Class Destination and Education: A Cross-National Study of Ten Industrial Nations. American Journal of Sociology, 101, S. 145-193. mehr
Jachtenfuchs, Markus (1995): Theoretical Perspectives on European Governance. European Law Journal, 1, S. 115-133. mehr
Jachtenfuchs, Markus (1995): Theoretical Perspectives on European Governance. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich III; 07] mehr
Jachtenfuchs, Markus, und Beate Kohler-Koch (1995): The Transformation of Governance in the European Union. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich III; 11] mehr
Kohler-Koch, Beate (1995): Europe's Federal Balance. S. 224-237 in: Ulrich Everding, Victor Gunawardana (Hrsg.) Perspectives of European Integration and South Asian Cooperation. Colombo. mehr
Kohler-Koch, Beate (1995): International and European Cooperation in Scientific Research: A German Point of View. S. 233-248 in: Ephraim Ahiram, Alfred Tovias (Hrsg.) Whither EU-Israeli Relations? Common and Divergent Interests. Frankfurt/Main. mehr

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