Corpus ID: 203575699

CONTAGION AND THE STATE IN EUROPE, –

@inproceedings{Baldwin1999CONTAGIONAT,
  title={CONTAGION AND THE STATE IN EUROPE, –},
  author={Peter Baldwin},
  year={1999}
}
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