6 edition of Decentralization and Transition in the Visegrad found in the catalog.
August 14, 1999
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Gurenko, E., Hegedüs, J. and Kovács, R. „Local Management in Hungary: Fiscal and Structural Adjustment at the Local Level in the Context of Economic Transition.” World Bank Research Paper. Hegedüs, J. „Hungarian Local Governments.” Kirchner, Emil J. ed. Decentralization and Transition in the The Visegrad. This is an important book for both students of regional studies and transition scholars. -- Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen Jennifer Yoder provides us with an exemplary comparative analysis of the processes of regionalization and territorial-administrative reform in four East Central European countries following the end of by: 2.
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The book assesses the democratization and marketization in the Visegrad states. It analyses the effectiveness of these emerging government structures at a regional and local level in terms of competencies and resources, makes comparisons with West European experiences at this level, and examines the role of external factors, especially the EU and international financial Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The book assesses the democratization and marketization in the Visegrad states. It analyses the effectiveness of these emerging government structures at a regional and local level in terms of competencies and resources, makes comparisons with West European experiences at this level, and examines the role of external factors, especially the EU and international financial.
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He has authored or co-authored over fifty articles, chapter contributions, and commissioned reports.Decentralization and Transition in the Visegrad: Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (Studies in Economic Transition) Emil J Kirchner .