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Twofold negotiated decision-making in the Flemish public sector: the use of covenants in the relationship between the Flemish government and the local governments

Ellen Wayenberg (UGent)
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Wayenberg, Ellen. 2000. “Twofold Negotiated Decision-making in the Flemish Public Sector: The Use of Covenants in the Relationship Between the Flemish Government and the Local Governments.” In Negotiated Decision-making, ed. Boudewijn De Waard , 183–207. Den Haag, The Netherlands: Boom Juridische Uitgeverij.
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Wayenberg, E. (2000). Twofold negotiated decision-making in the Flemish public sector: the use of covenants in the relationship between the Flemish government and the local governments. In B. De Waard (Ed.), Negotiated decision-making (pp. 183–207). Den Haag, The Netherlands: Boom Juridische Uitgeverij.
Vancouver
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Wayenberg E. Twofold negotiated decision-making in the Flemish public sector: the use of covenants in the relationship between the Flemish government and the local governments. In: De Waard B, editor. Negotiated decision-making. Den Haag, The Netherlands: Boom Juridische Uitgeverij; 2000. p. 183–207.
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Wayenberg, Ellen. “Twofold Negotiated Decision-making in the Flemish Public Sector: The Use of Covenants in the Relationship Between the Flemish Government and the Local Governments.” Negotiated Decision-making. Ed. Boudewijn De Waard . Den Haag, The Netherlands: Boom Juridische Uitgeverij, 2000. 183–207. Print.
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  editor       = {De Waard , Boudewijn},
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  title        = {Twofold negotiated decision-making in the Flemish public sector: the use of covenants in the relationship between the Flemish government and the local governments},
  year         = {2000},
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