From choice to incentives: Disability and vocational rehabilitation policies in the Netherlands: An ideal-typical analysis of policy assumptions

W.J.H. van Oorschot

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    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationTrondheim
    PublisherNTNU, Department of Sociology and Political Science
    Number of pages19
    Publication statusPublished - 1998

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    van Oorschot, W. J. H. (1998). From choice to incentives: Disability and vocational rehabilitation policies in the Netherlands: An ideal-typical analysis of policy assumptions. Trondheim: NTNU, Department of Sociology and Political Science.
    van Oorschot, W.J.H. / From choice to incentives: Disability and vocational rehabilitation policies in the Netherlands: An ideal-typical analysis of policy assumptions. Trondheim : NTNU, Department of Sociology and Political Science, 1998. 19 p.
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