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Managing public services innovation : the experience of English housing associations / Richard M. Walker, Emma L. Jeanes and Robert O. Rowlands
Bib ID 2506219
Format BookBook
Author
Walker, Richard M
 
Description Bristol, U.K. : Policy , 2001 
xvi, 126 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 1861342942 (paperback)
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-119) and index.

Subjects Housing, Cooperative -- Great Britain -- Societies, etc.  |  Public housing -- Great Britain.  |  Housing -- Great Britain.  |  Great Britain -- Social policy.

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