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dc.contributor.authorDeaton, Brady J.eng
dc.date.issued1979eng
dc.descriptionOriginal was spiral bound; included handwritten notes on some pages.eng
dc.description.abstractGeorgetown University's Academy in the Public Service is dedicated to the improvement of local government by providing assistance to citizen-politicians who serve as elected public servants while maintaining full-time private careers. ... This workbook is one in a series of workbooks that have been developed for use in Academy seminars being offered to citizen-politicians. The workbook is organized en the basis of instructional modules, together with an overall introduction, a selected bibliography, and an appendix. Each module has a brief summary statement which is followed by suggested prerequisites, if any, and a rationale outlining the need for completing the entire module. A number of desired outcomes have been included which will assist the reader in determining to what extent the readings and activities were helpful. In addition, this workbook is intended to be cf value to the reader beyond the context of the seminar itself.eng
dc.format.extentix, 203 pageseng
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10355/71670
dc.publisherGeorgetown University Graduate School, Academy in the Public Serviceeng
dc.source.originalDigitized copy from author, January 2020.eng
dc.titleLocal economic planning and managementeng
dc.typeBookeng


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