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A comment on the state of research into women’s empowerment and family planning

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Budget transparency innovation in the Czech local government

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How demographic patterns and social policies shape interdependence among lives in the family realm

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Elderly Parents, Adult Children and the Romanian Transnational Family: An Intergenerational Solidarity Approach

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Missing men, missing infertility: The enactment of sex/gender in surveys in low- and middle-income countries

Journal of Population , 33 (1), 129–152. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10680-016-9401-5 Fledderjohann, J., & Barnes, L. W. (2018). Reimagining infertility: a critical examination of fertility norms, geopolitics and survey bias. Health Policy and Planning , 33 (1), 34–40. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapol/czx148 Fledderjohann, J., & Johnson, D. R. (2015). Impaired fertility and perceived difficulties conceiving in Ghana: Measurement problems and prospects. Journal of Biosocial Science , 48 (4), 431–456. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021932015000310 Franklin

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Epidemiologic data for demographic and policy transitions

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Policy Effects on the Quality of Public Health Care: Evaluating Portuguese Public Hospitals’ Quality through Customers’ Views

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Administrative Burden Reduction Policies in Slovenia Revisited

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E-government Policy and its Implementation in the Czech Republic: Selected Shortcomings

://www.epractice.eu/files/Digitizing%20Public%20Services%20in%20Europe%20Putting%20ambition%20into%20action%20-%209th%20Benchmark%20Measurement%20-%20December%202010.pdf. Chum, J. (2013). Připadali jsme si skoro jako v Kocourkově [We thought like being in the Crazy Town](interview with the president of Association of secretaries of municipal offices). Veřejná správa, 1, 10-11. Clift, S. L. (2004). E-government and democracy: Representation and citizen engagement in the information age. Retrieved from http

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