Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states

Starke P, Kaasch A, Van Hooren F (2014)
Journal of Social Policy 43(2): 225-246.

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Starke P, Kaasch A, Van Hooren F. Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states. Journal of Social Policy. 2014;43(2):225-246.
Starke, P., Kaasch, A., & Van Hooren, F. (2014). Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states. Journal of Social Policy, 43(2), 225-246.
Starke, P., Kaasch, A., and Van Hooren, F. (2014). Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states. Journal of Social Policy 43, 225-246.
Starke, P., Kaasch, A., & Van Hooren, F., 2014. Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states. Journal of Social Policy, 43(2), p 225-246.
P. Starke, A. Kaasch, and F. Van Hooren, “Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states”, Journal of Social Policy, vol. 43, 2014, pp. 225-246.
Starke, P., Kaasch, A., Van Hooren, F.: Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states. Journal of Social Policy. 43, 225-246 (2014).
Starke, P., Kaasch, Alexandra, and Van Hooren, F. “Political parties and social policy responses to global economic crisis: Constrained partisanship in mature welfare states”. Journal of Social Policy 43.2 (2014): 225-246.
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