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Crossing boundaries: towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop

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Crossing boundaries : towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop. / Jessop, Bob; Labrousse, Agnes (Editor); Lamarche, Thomas (Editor) et al.

In: Revue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs, No. 12, 03.2013.

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Harvard

Jessop, B, Labrousse, A (ed.), Lamarche, T (ed.) & Vercuil, J (ed.) 2013, 'Crossing boundaries: towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop', Revue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs, no. 12. <http://regulation.revues.org/pdf/9943>

APA

Jessop, B., Labrousse, A. (Ed.), Lamarche, T. (Ed.), & Vercuil, J. (Ed.) (2013). Crossing boundaries: towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop. Revue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs, (12). http://regulation.revues.org/pdf/9943

Vancouver

Jessop B, Labrousse A, (ed.), Lamarche T, (ed.), Vercuil J, (ed.). Crossing boundaries: towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop. Revue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs. 2013 Mar;(12).

Author

Jessop, Bob ; Labrousse, Agnes (Editor) ; Lamarche, Thomas (Editor) et al. / Crossing boundaries : towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop. In: Revue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs. 2013 ; No. 12.

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