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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 October 2021

Ioana-Elena Oana
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European University Institute, Florence
Carsten Q. Schneider
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Central European University, Budapest
Eva Thomann
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Universität Konstanz, Germany
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Qualitative Comparative Analysis Using R
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