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(Making European Health Policy in) France

Abstract : France shares a paradox with the UK: its highly unified state and political culture has a tradition of independent action that often takes badly to European constraint, but that same highly unified state and political culture underpin an effective model of engagement in EU health policymaking. It is no surprise that both member states are regularly accused of hypocrisy. It is virtually written into their constitutions.
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Scott Greer, François Briatte. (Making European Health Policy in) France. The Politics of European Union Health Policies, Open University Press, pp.96-110, 2009, 9780335236244. ⟨halshs-01511379⟩

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