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Maloney, William A., and Jan W. van Deth (Eds.) (2008): Civil Society and Governance in Europe. From National to International Linkages. Cheltenham/Northampton: Edward Elgar. more
Maloney, William A., and Jan W. van Deth (2008): Is Local Civil Society Conducive to European Participatory Engineering?. Pp. 239-257 in: Beate Kohler-Koch, Dirk De Bièvre, William A. Maloney (Eds.) Opening EU-Governance to Civil Society - Gains and Challenges. Mannheim. more
Matysiak, Anna, and Stephanie Steinmetz (2008): Finding their way? Female employment patterns in West Germany, East Germany and Poland. European Sociological Review, 24, issue 3, pp. 331-345. more
Miller, Bernhard, and Christian Stecker (2008): Consensus by Default? Interaction of Government and Opposition parties in the committees of the German Bundestag.. German Politics, 17, issue 3, pp. 305-322. more
Minhas, Rubin, Claus Wendt and Anthony Wierzibicki (2008): Is healthcare in the United States too big to fail?. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 62, issue 12, pp. 1827-1830. more
Myant, Martin, and Jan Drahokoupil (2008): International Integration and the Structure of Exports in Central Asian Republics. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 49, issue 5, pp. 604-622. more
Müller, Walter (2008): Foreword. Pp. 9-11 in: Silke L. Schneider (Ed.) The International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED-97). An Evaluation of Content and Criterion Validity for 15 European Countries. Mannheim: MZES. more
Müller, Walter (2008): Introduction. Pp. 1-5 in: Irena Kogan, Michael Gebel, Clemens Noelke (Eds.) Europe Enlarged: A Handbook of Education, Labour and Welfare Regimes in Central and Eastern Europe. Bristol: Policy Press. more
Müller, Walter, and Marita Jacob (2008): Qualifications and the Returns to Training Across the Life Course. Pp. 126-172 in: Karl Ulrich Mayer, Heike Solga (Eds.) Skill Formation. Interdisciplinary and Cross-National Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. more
Müller, Wolfgang C. (2008): Governments and bureaucracies. Pp. 189-216 in: Daniele Caramani (Ed.) Comparative Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. more