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Beyond bureaucracy : Public administration as political integrator and non-weberian thought in Germany

Beyond bureaucracy : Public administration as political integrator and non-weberian thought in Germany

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SEIBEL, Wolfgang, 2010. Beyond bureaucracy : Public administration as political integrator and non-weberian thought in Germany. In: Public Administration Review. 70(5), pp. 719-730. ISSN 0033-3352

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