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  • MONS Nathalie & PONS Xavier (2009), The reception of PISA in France. A cognitive approach of institutional debate (2001-2008), Sísifo, Educational Sciences Journal, 10, 27-40. (Download)
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  • NEUMANN Eszter (2011), Negociating power : interviews with the policy elite – stories from Hungary lost between genres, European Educational Research Journal, 10, 2, 225-232. (Abstract)
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