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P Swianiewicz, U Klimska, A Mielczarek. Public perception of local governments.
Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative, Open Society Institute, 2010. If territorial fragmentation is a problem, is amalgamation a solution? An East European perspective. Local Government Studies 36 (2), 183-203, 2010. P Swianiewicz, U Klimska, A Mielczarek. Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative, 2001.
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This book sheds light on the central complexities of municipal cooperation and examines the dynamics, experiences and drivers of inter-municipal cooperation (IMC) in Europe. Particular attention is given to the features of governance arrangements and institutions created to generate and maintain collaborative settings between different local governments in a particular territory.
Pawel Swianiewicz, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Department of Local Development and Policy . Public perception of local governments (Budapest: LGI-Open Society Institute), pp. 15-40
Pawel Swianiewicz, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, Department of Local Development and Policy, ul. Krakowskie Przedmiescie 30-027 Warszawa. 15-40. Campbell, . Converse, P. Miller, W. E. & Stokes, D. (1960) The American Voter (Chicago: University of Chicago).
This book provides a new institutional economics perspective on the evolving role of local government in a globalized and localized world. The framework for local governance developed in this book represents a paradigm shift as it argues for top down mandates on local governance to be replaced by bottom-up compacts.
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