3 edition of Relations between the European Community and British local government found in the catalog.
Relations between the European Community and British local government
by University of Birmingham, Institute of Local Go vernment Studies in Birmingham
Written in English
Photocopy of: Local government studies, vol. 6, no. 1, (1980), pp.5-15.
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The comparative study of local government systems has a long and flourishing tradition. In this article, three broad approaches are distinguished; inductive, deductive and ideal type based analyses. Coal and Steel Community began.
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