Decentralization, privatization, and the solvency of local governments in reforming economies: the case of Budapest
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- J Alm & R M Buckley, 1994. "Decentralization, Privatization, and the Solvency of Local Governments in Reforming Economies: The Case of Budapest," Environment and Planning C, , vol. 12(3), pages 333-346, September.
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