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The Entanglement of Public Bureaucratic Institutions : Their Interactions with Society, Culture, Politics, and the Economy

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VOGLER, Jan P., 2019. The Entanglement of Public Bureaucratic Institutions : Their Interactions with Society, Culture, Politics, and the Economy. In: BOUDREAUX, Donald J., ed., Christopher J. COYNE, ed., Bobbi HERZBERG, ed.. Interdisciplinary Studies of the Political Order : New Applications of Public Choice Theory. London:Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 99-130. ISBN 978-1-78660-980-9

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