Local government and community development patronage or partnership into the 1990"s?
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Published by Public Sector Management Research Unit, Aston University in Birmingham .
Written in English

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StatementSandra Nutley and Jane Skinner.
SeriesWorking paper / Aston University. Public Sector Management Research Unit -- no.9
ContributionsSkinner, Jane., University of Aston in Birmingham. Public Sector Management Research Unit.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19992690M
ISBN 100903703874

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