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Calzada I (2017) Metropolitan and city-regional politics in the urban age: why does “(smart) devolution” matter?. Additional information

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How to cite this article: Calzada I (2017) Metropolitan and city-regional politics in the urban age: why does “(smart) devolution” matter?. Palgrave Communications. 3:17094 doi: 10.1057/palcomms.2017.94.
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