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International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy. / Moutsios , Stavros .

In: Compare: a journal of comparative and international education, Vol. 39, No. 4, 2009, p. 467–478.

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Moutsios , S 2009, 'International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy', Compare: a journal of comparative and international education, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 467–478.

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Moutsios , S. (2009). International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy. Compare: a journal of comparative and international education, 39(4), 467–478.

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Moutsios S. 2009. International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy. Compare: a journal of comparative and international education. 39(4):467–478.

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Moutsios , Stavros . "International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy". Compare: a journal of comparative and international education. 2009, 39(4). 467–478.

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Moutsios S. International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy. Compare: a journal of comparative and international education. 2009;39(4):467–478.

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Moutsios , Stavros . / International Organisations and Transnational Education Policy. In: Compare: a journal of comparative and international education. 2009 ; Vol. 39, No. 4. pp. 467–478.

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