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Difficulties in co-operation between local authorities and ways of solving them

Paul Orianne

Difficulties in co-operation between local authorities and ways of solving them

prepared for the Committee on Co-operation in Municipal and Regional Matters

by Paul Orianne

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Published by Council of Europe in Strasbourg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe.
    • Subjects:
    • International and municipal law -- Europe.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby P. Orianne.
      SeriesStudy series : local and regional authorities in Europe ;, study no. 6, Study series--local and regional authorities in Europe ;, study no. 6.
      ContributionsCouncil of Europe. Committee on Co-operation in Municipal and Regional Matters.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 30 p. ;
      Number of Pages30
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5239562M
      LC Control Number75310692

      Van de Voorde and Vanelslander () state that co-operation is a trend in the development of the future maritime supply chains. In extension, port community systems (PCS), as dedicated maritime ICT platforms, are further developed to enhance the co-operation between players that take part in the same maritime supply chains (MSC) within a Cited by: Co-operatives UK’s emergency flood appeal for funds for co-operative reconstruction in countries devastated by hurricanes stands within a long tradition of co-operation supporting those in need.. Among the co-operative archives in Manchester is a history of the Bury District Co-operative Society, written to commemorate its jubilee in

      define and clarify the relationships between central and local levels. The concept of the local self-government, as expressed in the European Charter on Local Self-Government, denotes the right of local authorities to regulate and manage a substantial share of public affairs under their own responsibility and in the interest of the local. The Co-operative Councils’ Innovation Network is a Local Government Association Special Interest Group. Members of the Network are local authorities committed to reforming the way we work through building an equal partnership with local people, based on the values and principles of the International Co-operative Alliance.

      PREFACE. A Reference to the programme of the “System of Synthetic Philosophy,” will show that the chapters herewith issued, constitute the first division of the work on the Principles of Morality, with which the System ends. As the second and third volumes of the Principles of Sociology are as yet unpublished, this instalment of the succeeding work appears out of its place. Comment: Although many people find it useful to consider the two extremes or types that McGregor identified, many these days accept that they are merely parts of a continuum and that there are 'many places and types in-between'.Within health organisations some staff are required to keep accurate time diaries (Theory X); others are freer to get the work done and manage their own time (Theory Y).


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