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Baltic partnerships [electronic resource] : integration, growth and local governance in the Baltic Sea Region /
edited by Sylvain Giguère.
Paris : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, c2007.
265 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
9264029281 (pbk.), 9789264029286 (pbk.)
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Paris : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, c2007.
9264029281 (pbk.)
9789264029286 (pbk.)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Executive summary -- Ch. 1. Integration, growth and governance in the Baltic Sea Region / Sylvain Giguère -- Ch. 2. The governance of employment and economic development in the Baltic States / Alf Vanags -- Ch. 3. Enhancing the development process in Lithuania: toward truly participative governance / Micheál Ơ Cinnéide -- Ch. 4. Reforming both local government and local governance: the challenge to Latvia / Mike Geddes -- Ch. 5. Consolidated local governments in partnerships: a key to promoting economic development in Estonia / Jussi S. Jauhiainen -- Ch. 6. The governance of economic and employment development in North West Russia / Irina Denisova and Marcus Svedberg -- Ch. 7. Area-based partnerships as forms of collaborative governance in Germany / Holger Kuhle -- Ch. 8. Cross-border co-operation and local governance : the case of Kaliningrad / Alexey Ignatiev -- Ch. 9. The possibility of creating regional governments in the Baltic States: the case of Latvia / Ligita Začesta and Maris Pūk̦is -- Ch. 10. Regional co-operation on innovation and cluster development / Emily Wise Hansson.
general note
"LEED Programme"--P. 4 of cover.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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