Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity

Mölders M (2017)
In: Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?. Paul R, Mölders M, Bora A, Huber M, Münte P (Eds); Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 121-137.

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Mölders M. Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity. In: Paul R, Mölders M, Bora A, Huber M, Münte P, eds. Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar; 2017: 121-137.
Mölders, M. (2017). Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity. In R. Paul, M. Mölders, A. Bora, M. Huber, & P. Münte (Eds.), Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change? (pp. 121-137). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Mölders, M. (2017). “Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity” in Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?, Paul, R., Mölders, M., Bora, A., Huber, M., and Münte, P. eds. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar), 121-137.
Mölders, M., 2017. Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity. In R. Paul, et al., eds. Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 121-137.
M. Mölders, “Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity”, Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?, R. Paul, et al., eds., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017, pp.121-137.
Mölders, M.: Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity. In: Paul, R., Mölders, M., Bora, A., Huber, M., and Münte, P. (eds.) Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change? p. 121-137. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (2017).
Mölders, Marc. “Shaping pressure: on the regulatory effects of publicity”. Society, Regulation and Governance New Modes of Shaping Social Change?. Ed. Regine Paul, Marc Mölders, Alfons Bora, Michael Huber, and Peter Münte. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017. 121-137.
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