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Bahle, Thomas, und Franz Rothenbacher (1996): Family Policy in Germany in 1995. S. 25-36 in: John Ditch, Helen Barnes, Jonathan Bradshaw (Hrsg.) Developments in National Family Policies in 1995. Brussels: European Commission. mehr
Caramani, Daniele (1996): The Project on Comparative European Electoral History: 1830-1995. A computerised data handbook. EURODATA Newsletter, Heft 4, S. 15-18. mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard, und Jelle Visser (1996): European Labor and Transnational Solidarity: Challenges, Pathways, and Barriers. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich I; 11] mehr
Esser, Hartmut (1996): Population, Economy and Society: An Explanation for the "Law" of Demographic Transition. S. 191-207 in: Ansgar Weymann, Walter R. Heinz (Hrsg.) Society and Biography. Weinheim: Deutscher Studienverlag. mehr
Grote, Jürgen R. (1996): Cohesion in Italy: A View on Non-economic Disparities. Liesbet Hooghe (Hrsg.) European Cohesion Policy and European Integration: Building Multi-Level Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr
Hallerberg, Mark (1996): The Common Pool Problem in European Parliaments: The Interrelationship of Electoral and Legislative Institutions. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich II; 14] mehr
Henning, Christian H.C.A. (1996): The Agricultural Advisory Committees of the Commission: Access for National Lobbying or Coordinating Supranational Policies?. Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich II; 12] mehr
Jachtenfuchs, Markus (1996): International policy-making as a learning process? The European Union and the greenhouse effect. Hants: Avebury. mehr
Jonsson, Jan O., Colin Mills und Walter Müller (1996): A half century of increasing educational openess? Social Class, gender and educational attainment in Sweden, Germany and Britain. S. 183-206 in: Robert Erikson, Jan O. Jonsson (Hrsg.) Can education be equalized? The Swedish case in comparative perspective. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. mehr
Jurado Guerrero, Teresa, und Manuela Naldini (1996): Is the South so different? Italian and Spanish Families in Comparative Perspective (The International Project on Family Changes and Family Policies). Mannheim [Arbeitsbereich I; 12] mehr