Amrita Narlikar / Cecilia Emma Sottilotta

Pandemic Narratives and Policy Responses: West European Governments and COVID-19

Journal of European Public Policy | 2021


  • Journal

    Journal of European Public Policy

    Volume

    28

    Number

    8

    Pages

    1238-1257

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