An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2: staff and councillor perspectives

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An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2 : staff and councillor perspectives. / Lowndes, V.; Stoker, G.

Policy & Politics. Vol. 20 2. ed. 1992. p. 143-152.

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Lowndes, V & Stoker, G 1992, An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2: staff and councillor perspectives. in Policy & Politics. 2 edn, vol. 20, pp. 143-152.

APA

Lowndes, V., & Stoker, G. (1992). An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2: staff and councillor perspectives. In Policy & Politics (2 ed., Vol. 20, pp. 143-152)

Vancouver

Lowndes V, Stoker G. An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2: staff and councillor perspectives. In Policy & Politics. 2 ed. Vol. 20. 1992. p. 143-152

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Lowndes, V. ; Stoker, G. / An evaluation of neighbourhood decentralisation, part 2 : staff and councillor perspectives. Policy & Politics. Vol. 20 2. ed. 1992. pp. 143-152

Bibtex

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