1 edition of New trends in local government in Western and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
New trends in local government in Western and Eastern Europe
by International Institute of Administrative Sciences in Brussels
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Gérard Marcou amd Imer Verebélyi.|
|Contributions||Marcou, Gérard., Verebélyi, Imre., International Institute of Administrative Sciences. Working Group: New Trends in Local Government in Western and Eastern Europe.|
|LC Classifications||JS3000 .N49 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||96127949|
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Local Government in Central and Eastern Europe examines these changes through the use of case studies which compare and contrast neighbouring countries, such as the Baltic States, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine, placing what is happening in an international perspective.
There are various common themes such as: how to deal with. Get this from a library. Local government in Europe: trends and developments. [Richard Batley; Gerry Stoker;] -- The basic aim of this book is to provide an examination of current developments in Western European local government.
These developments are compared and. the mainstream of contemporary local government in Western Europe. In retrospect the rediscovery of local democracy in Central and Eastern Europe may be seen as having helped to strengthen the institution of local government internationally in ways that perhaps need to be rediscovered in the wider Europe.
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Government as defined in Ti United States Code, Section the future of Eastern Europe and, now, of the former USSR. Central to the problems of Eastern Europe is the sheer pervasive ness of the old system.
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Stemming from an international and multidisciplinary network of leading specialists, this best-selling text is fully updated with new chapter additions. The new edition highlights external relations in the framework of the development of regional arrangements within .Book Description: Over recent decades, local governments in Europe have come increasingly under pressure facing a multitude of old and new challenges.
Consequently, a wave of political and administrative reforms aimed at coping with these pressures has changed local .