Introduction. Education and the making of the Nordic welfare states.
Buchardt, M., Markkola, P., & Valtonen, H. (2013). Introduction. Education and the making of the Nordic welfare states.. In M. Buchardt, P. Markkola, & H. Valtonen (Eds.), Education, State and Citizenship (pp. 7-30). University of Helsinki. NordWel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research, 4.
Published inNordWel Studies in Historical Welfare State Research
DisciplineSuomen historiaFinnish History
© The Authors & The Nordic Centre of Excellence NordWel, 2013.
PublisherUniversity of Helsinki
Parent publication ISBN978-952-10-8290-0
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