What Drives Euroskepticism?

  title={What Drives Euroskepticism?},
  author={Liesbet Hooghe},
  journal={European Union Politics},
  pages={12 - 5}
  • L. Hooghe
  • Published 6 February 2007
  • History
  • European Union Politics
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam - and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill--> - NETHERLANDS, UNITED STATES (Hooghe, Liesbet) 
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