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Industrial democracy in China
with additional studies on Germany, South-Korea and Vietnam Shanghai, 2012
with additional studies on Germany, South-Korea and Vietnam / Rudolf Traub-Merz and Kinglun Ngok (eds.). - Beijing : China Social Science Press, 2012. - 329, 275 S. = 10 MB, PDF-Files. - Electronic ed.: Shanghai : FES, 2012. - Title only available online. - Chinese and engl. script ISBN 978-7-5161-06665-
from female suffrage to a policy of equality in Germany] Shanghai, 2015
from female suffrage to a policy of equality in Germany] / Beatrix Bouvier. - [Shanghai] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2011. - 8 S. = 280 KB, PDF-File. - (Briefing paper Shanghai ; 11) Electronic ed.: Shanghai : FES, 2015. - Chinese script
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