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Caramani, Daniele (2003): State Administration and Regional Construction in Central Europe: A Comparative-Historical Perspective. S. 21-50 in: Michael Keating, James Hugues (Hrsg.) The Regional Challenge in Central and Eastern Europe: Territorial Restructuring and European Integration. Brussels: Presses Interuniversitaires Européennes. mehr
Caramani, Daniele, und Claudius Wagemann (2003): A Transnational Political Culture? The Alpine Region and its Relationship to European Integration. mehr
De Bièvre, Dirk (2003): Governance in International Trade: Judicialisation and Positive Integration in the WTO. Köln mehr
De Bièvre, Dirk (2003): International Institutions and Domestic Coalitions: The Differential Effects of Negotiations and Judicialisation in European Trade Policy. San Domenico di Fiesole [EUI SPS Working Paper] mehr
Diehl, Claudia, und Michael Blohm (2003): Rights or Identity? Naturalization Processes among "Labor Migrants" in Germany. International Migration Review, 37, Heft 1, S. 133-162. mehr
Dür, Andreas (2003): Theorizing the Contagious Effects of Regionalism: European Integration and Transatlantic Trade Relations, 1957-1963. [EUI Working Papers, Political and Social Sciences Department] mehr
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2003): Ever larger unions: organisational restructuring and its impact on union confederations. Industrial Relations Journal, 34, Heft 5, S. 446-460. mehr
Esser, Hartmut (2003): Does the New Immigration Require a New Theory of Intergenerational Integration?. Mannheim [Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung: Arbeitspapiere; 71] mehr
Fix, Birgit (2003): Social Work of Relgious Welfare Associations in Western Europe. EURODATA NEWSLETTER, Heft 16/17, S. 1-6. mehr
Gangl, Markus (2003): Explaining change in early career outcomes: labour market conditions, educational expansion, and youth cohort sizes. S. 251-276 in: Walter Müller, Markus Gangl (Hrsg.) Transitions from Education to Work in Europe. The integration of Youth into EU Labour Markets. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr