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Can Government-By-Market be Democratized? - Sylvain Laurens, Lobbyists and Bureaucrats in Brussels: Capitalism’s Brokers (Routledge, 2018)

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8 E.S. Clemens, 2010, cf. supra.

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10 Fred Block, 1977, “The Ruling Class Does Not Rule,” Socialist Revolution, 33.

12 Antoine Vauchez, 2016, Democratizing Europe (London, Palgrave Macmillan); Thomas Piketty, 2017, “What would a democratic Euro Zone Assembly look like?,” Le blog de Thomas Piketty, March 22, 2017 [http://piketty.blog.lemonde.fr/2017/03/22/what-would-a-euro-zone-assembly-look-like/]; Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez, Thomas Piketty, Guillaume Sacriste and Antoine Vauchez, 2017, “European Parliamentary Sovereignty on the Shoulders of National Parliamentary Sovereignties: A Reply to Sébastien Platon,” Verfassungsblog (blog), March 26, 2017 [https://verfassungsblog.de/european-parliamentary-sovereignty-on-the-shoulders-of-national-parliamentary-sovereignties-a-reply-to-sebastien-platon/]; T. Piketty, 2018, “Democratizing Europe begins with ECB nominations, A collective initiative by Michel Julia Cagé Aglietta, Stephanie Hennette, Anne-Laure Delatte, Guillaume Sacriste, and Antoine Vauchez [http://piketty.blog.lemonde.fr/2018/01/29/democratising-europe-begins-with-ecb-nominations/].

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