Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations: Policy or passion?

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Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations : Policy or passion? / Lowndes, Vivien.

Renewing Local Democracy?: The Modernisation Agenda in British Local Government. Taylor and Francis, 2014. p. 116-136.

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Harvard

Lowndes, V 2014, Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations: Policy or passion? in Renewing Local Democracy?: The Modernisation Agenda in British Local Government. Taylor and Francis, pp. 116-136.

APA

Lowndes, V. (2014). Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations: Policy or passion? In Renewing Local Democracy?: The Modernisation Agenda in British Local Government (pp. 116-136). Taylor and Francis.

Vancouver

Lowndes V. Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations: Policy or passion? In Renewing Local Democracy?: The Modernisation Agenda in British Local Government. Taylor and Francis. 2014. p. 116-136

Author

Lowndes, Vivien. / Rebuilding trust in centralllocal relations : Policy or passion?. Renewing Local Democracy?: The Modernisation Agenda in British Local Government. Taylor and Francis, 2014. pp. 116-136

Bibtex

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