Impact of the European Parliament on the Community"s social legislation, July 1989 - July 1994.

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SeriesWorking papers. Social affairs series / European Parliament -- W5, Working papers -- W5.
ContributionsEuropean Parliament. Directorate-General for Research.
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Paginationxii,185p.
Number of Pages185
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Open LibraryOL14349478M

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