2 edition of Strategic Changes and Organizational Reorientations in Local Government found in the catalog.
Strategic Changes and Organizational Reorientations in Local Government
January 1996 by Palgrave .
Written in English
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Global, national and subnational change (political, economic, social and demographic) are forcing local governments to search, reactively or proactively, for alternative organizational patterns and management styles. Strategic Changes And Organizational Reorientations In Local Government.
Home; S; About The This book explores different approaches toward local government reorientation in selected Western countries as well as the 'reinvention' of local government in Eastern Europe. From a theoretical point of view, the book exposes three main critical factors. Strategic changes and organizational reorientations in local government: a cross-national perspective.
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The institution (or reinstitution) of local government in former communist countries faces complex problems of legal transition and organization reorientation. 1 They take place in an overall process of societal change. In the Czech case, a new constitutional legislation has provided the basis for the institutionalization of local government, the reorganization of Cited by: 1.
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