Subsidiarity between economic freedom and harmonized regulation: is there an optimal degree of European integration?

B.M. Gilroy, H. Schreckenberg, V. Seiler, Federal Governance 10 (2013) 3–18.

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Gilroy BM, Schreckenberg H, Seiler V. Subsidiarity between economic freedom and harmonized regulation: is there an optimal degree of European integration? Federal Governance. 2013;10(2):3-18.
Gilroy, B. M., Schreckenberg, H., & Seiler, V. (2013). Subsidiarity between economic freedom and harmonized regulation: is there an optimal degree of European integration? Federal Governance, 10(2), 3–18.
@article{Gilroy_Schreckenberg_Seiler_2013, title={Subsidiarity between economic freedom and harmonized regulation: is there an optimal degree of European integration?}, volume={10}, number={2}, journal={Federal Governance}, publisher={MISC}, author={Gilroy, Bernard Michael and Schreckenberg, Heike and Seiler, Volker}, year={2013}, pages={3–18} }
Gilroy, Bernard Michael, Heike Schreckenberg, and Volker Seiler. “Subsidiarity between Economic Freedom and Harmonized Regulation: Is There an Optimal Degree of European Integration?” Federal Governance 10, no. 2 (2013): 3–18.
B. M. Gilroy, H. Schreckenberg, and V. Seiler, “Subsidiarity between economic freedom and harmonized regulation: is there an optimal degree of European integration?,” Federal Governance, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 3–18, 2013.
Gilroy, Bernard Michael, et al. “Subsidiarity between Economic Freedom and Harmonized Regulation: Is There an Optimal Degree of European Integration?” Federal Governance, vol. 10, no. 2, MISC, 2013, pp. 3–18.

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