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On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy

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On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy. / Jessop, Bob; Sum, Ngai-Ling.

In: Economie et Société-Cahiers de l'ISMEA, Vol. 39, No. 6, 2003, p. 993-1015.

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Jessop, B & Sum, N-L 2003, 'On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy', Economie et Société-Cahiers de l'ISMEA, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 993-1015.

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Jessop, B., & Sum, N-L. (2003). On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy. Economie et Société-Cahiers de l'ISMEA, 39(6), 993-1015.

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Jessop B, Sum N-L. On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy. Economie et Société-Cahiers de l'ISMEA. 2003;39(6):993-1015.

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Jessop, Bob ; Sum, Ngai-Ling. / On Pre- and Post-Disciplinarity in (Cultural) Political Economy. In: Economie et Société-Cahiers de l'ISMEA. 2003 ; Vol. 39, No. 6. pp. 993-1015.

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