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Sanderson, Paul (2011)
Languages: English
Types: Book
This examines the existing evidence on the concepts of citizen involvement, co-production and co-regulation with a view to understanding the extent to which the citizen can be brought into the process of regulation, especially at a local level, and how such participation can be achieved.
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