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Consequences of Fiscal Adjustment and Public Finance Management. The Costs of Limiting the Fiscal Imbalance in Eurozone Countries

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Benchmarking the financial performance of local councils in Ireland

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The potential for public value frameworks in Northern Ireland and Ireland

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Emergency management on the island of Ireland – Recent cross-border developments

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Policy, learning and regime change: Western concepts and CEE experience

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Response of Central European Civil Security Systems to the Economic Crisis

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The statistical treatment of government interventions in the banking sector during the financial crisis

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The Central Bank’s harmonised competitiveness indicators: Users beware

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Administrative Burden Reduction Policies in Slovenia Revisited

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The Facebook Phenomenon for Collaborative Learning for University Studies

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