Regional Dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe: New Approaches to Decentralization
Francesco Palermo, Sara Parolari
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jan 30, 2013 - Law - 266 pages
This book presents a contemporary broad assessment of the main dilemmas of regional development and regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe considering the influence of internal and external pressures on the regionalization process in this area.
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