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Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy: The fate of a former darling

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Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy : The fate of a former darling. / Mailand, Mikkel.

I: European Journal of Industrial Relations, Bind online first , 2021.

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Mailand, M 2021, 'Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy: The fate of a former darling', European Journal of Industrial Relations, bind online first . https://doi.org/10.1177/0959680120963531

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Mailand, M. (2021). Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy: The fate of a former darling. European Journal of Industrial Relations, online first . https://doi.org/10.1177/0959680120963531

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Mailand M. Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy: The fate of a former darling. European Journal of Industrial Relations. 2021;online first . https://doi.org/10.1177/0959680120963531

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Mailand, Mikkel. / Commission entrepreneurship and EU employment policy : The fate of a former darling. I: European Journal of Industrial Relations. 2021 ; Bind online first .

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