Theoretical Delimitations: The Europeanization Of Public Administration And Its Institutional Levers
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- Dogaru, Tatiana - Camelia, 2015. "Past and Current Paths to European Union Accession: Romania and Turkey a Comparative Approach," MPRA Paper 67455, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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KeywordsEuropeanization; public administration; administrative conditionality at European level; European’s Union enlargement; European Administrative Space. REL Classification: 13G; 16I; 20C Romania’s Integration in the European Union. Opportunities & Challenges 94 94;
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