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Marek Dan, 2014, Cohesion policy in the European Union , Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, London and New York. • Benner Chris and Pastor Manuel, 2014, “Brother, Can you Spare some Time? Sustaining Prosperity and Social Inclusion in America’s Metropolitan Regions”, Urban Studies , LII(7): 1339-1356. DOI: 10.1177/0042098014549127. • Camagni Roberto, Capello Roberta, 2015, “Rationale and Design of EU Cohesion Policies in a Period of Crisis”, Regional Science Policy & Practice , VII(1): 25-47. DOI: 10.111/rsp3.12047. • Citizen’s awareness and perceptions of EU regional

Bibliography Amirante C. (2008), Dalla forma Stato alla forma mercato, Torino, Giappichelli, 2008. Árnason Á. Th., Review of the Icelandic Constitution – popular sovereignty or political confusion , Tijdschrift voor Constitutioneel Recht, 2011, p. 342–351 de la Rosa, J.L. and Stodder, J. (2015) ‘On Velocity in Several Complementary Currencies’, International Journal of Community Currency Research 19 (D) 114–127< >ISSN1325-9547 , p. 122, Table 3. De Meulenaere, S. (2000) ‘Reinventing the Market

Failures of Paperwork, New York 2012. The focus of my study, Lin Zhongshu, was a factory worker in Baoding, Hebei, whose comfortable way of life was thrown into turmoil when an extramarital affair came to light in 1974. Before he could be punished, Lin went into hiding for several years as his dossier accumulated evidence of his ›hooligan‹ ( liumang ) crimes. When Lin finally resurfaced in 1978, the extensive documentation of his misdeeds was enclosed with a petition from his work unit to their head office requesting to »deal with the Lin Zhongshu problem once and for

’s handbook originated in lectures he had held at the Prussian Institute of Archival Science in Berlin. His students – mostly trained historians – appreciated the revolutionary implications of Meisner’s undertaking, which opened up a new and innovative field of study: The actual object of study, the individual document, will be considered from three points of view: systematically, regarding its belonging to a specific stylistic form of document, analytically regarding its ›inner‹ and ›outer‹ characteristics and finally genetically regarding its development and life course

of social welfare by government institutions but also their room to manoeuvre. Maureen Healy: Vienna and the Fall of the Habsburg Empire. Total War and Everyday Life in World War I, Cambridge 2004, p. 1–86; Alfred Pfoser / Andreas Weigl: »Die Pflicht zu sterben und das Recht zu leben. Der Erste Weltkrieg als bleibendes Trauma in der Geschichte Wiens«, in: Alfred Pfoser / Andreas Weigl (eds.): Im Epizentrum des Zusammenbruchs. Wien im Ersten Weltkrieg, Wien 2013, pp. 14–31, here p. 23–29; Christian Mertens: »Die Wiener Stadtverwaltung im Ersten Weltkrieg«, in

see: Peter Becker (Ed.), Sprachvollzug im Amt. Kommunikation und Verwaltung im Europa des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts, Bielefeld 2011; Peter Miller, Nikolas Rose, Governing the Present: Administering Economic, Social and Personal Life, Cambridge 2008. For the specific routines and consequences of information seeking and administration in Britain, including the 20th century: Edward Higgs, The Information State in England. The Central Collection of Information on Citizens 1500–2000, Basingstoke 2003. For the history of social sciences, statistical and other methods e

appointed to offices, the criterion of status often lost its significance in many areas. Instead, a person’s suitability for office had to be demonstrated as a result of his or (rarely) her personal merits and qualities (méritos y calidades). Cf. José Ignacio Fortea Pérez: »Los corregidores de Castilla bajo los Austrias. Elementos para el estudio prosopográfico de un grupo de poder (1588–1633)«, in: Studia histórica. Historia moderna 34 (2012), p. 99–146, at pp. 102f., 124–134. This suitability for office was usually composed of different components, which varied

as consuls in the Habsburg Monarchy’s large foreign service. The emotions were honor and, most particularly, the rage and astonishment that came after insult. The insults were slurs, slaps, scoldings – over cards, over a cab, over the use of Hungarian – over incidents that now seem trivial but were of mortal importance to the men in these stories. The stories in question explained the legitimacy of the outrage and the necessity of (occasionally life-threatening) actions taken to restore equilibrium. The resolutions ranged from fully satisfactory to personally

village squire«. Morton Keller: Affairs of State. Public Life in Late Nineteenth-Century America, Cambridge MA 1977, p. 318. The Department’s record-keeping practice was one of the sources for his frustration. As was common practice in offices through the 19 th century, clerks used press books or copybooks to store incoming and outgoing correspondence in separate, chronologically ordered, bound volumes with limited indexing. JoAnne Yates: From Press Book and Pigeonhole to Vertical Filing. Revolution in Storage and Access Systems for Correspondence, in: Journal of

-396. P. Grabarczyk, T. Stempowski (eds.), Prawo w flmie [ Law in film ], Warszawa 2009. J. Kuisz, Między Psami a Długiem [Between Dogs and The Debt ], „Res Publica Nowa” no. 1/2009. K. Goetz, R. Zubek, Stanowienie prawa w Polsce . Reguły legislacyjne a jakość ustawodawstwa, Raport Sprawne Państwo - Program Ernst & Young [ Legislative process in Poland. Legislative rules and quality of legislation. The report Efective State - Ernst & Young program ], Warszawa 2005. System stanowienia Prawa w Polsce; Zielona Księga, Kancelaria Prezydenta Rzeczypospolite j