Comparative Studies on the Administrative Convergence Revealed by National Strategies of Administrative Reform in Some South-Eastern European States
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AbstractComparative Studies on the Administrative Convergence Revealed by National Strategies of Administrative Reform in Some South-Eastern European States
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Administrative Convergence; National Strategies of Administrative Reform; South Eastern European States; public administration reform;
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- Matei, Ani & Matei, Lucica & Stoian, Oana & Zanovschi, Diana, 2010. "Comparative Studies on the Administrative Convergence revealed by National Strategies of Administrative Reform in some South-Eastern European St ates," Apas Papers 263, Academic Public Administration Studies Archive - APAS.
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