Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies.

Paul R, Huber M (2015)
European Policy Analysis 1(2): 5-33.

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Paul R, Huber M. Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. . European Policy Analysis. 2015;1(2):5-33.
Paul, R., & Huber, M. (2015). Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. . European Policy Analysis, 1(2), 5-33.
Paul, R., and Huber, M. (2015). Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. . European Policy Analysis 1, 5-33.
Paul, R., & Huber, M., 2015. Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. . European Policy Analysis, 1(2), p 5-33.
R. Paul and M. Huber, “Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. ”, European Policy Analysis, vol. 1, 2015, pp. 5-33.
Paul, R., Huber, M.: Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. . European Policy Analysis. 1, 5-33 (2015).
Paul, Regine, and Huber, Michael. “Risk-based Regulation in Continental Europe? Explaining the Corporatist Turn to Risk in German Work Safety Policies. ”. European Policy Analysis 1.2 (2015): 5-33.
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