The Balance of Power over the EU Budget: European Expenditure since the Lisbon Treaty. / Benedetto, Giacomo.

8 p. June 2015 ed. Stockholm : Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies. 2015, Thinktank paper. (European Policy Analysis; Vol. June 2015).

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The Balance of Power over the EU Budget: European Expenditure since the Lisbon Treaty. / Benedetto, Giacomo.

8 p. June 2015 ed. Stockholm : Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies. 2015, Thinktank paper. (European Policy Analysis; Vol. June 2015).

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