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War and Urban Government

Municipal Governments, Socialist Land Masters, and Urban Land Battles

Urban E-Government Initiatives and Environmental Decision Performance in Korea

Urban Local Governments and the Flypaper Effect: Evidence from Maharashtra, India

Urban Government in Southern Italy c.1085–c.1127

Roger Biles. The Fate of Cities: Urban America and the Federal Government, 1945–2000.

The Malayan Emergency, Islamic Reform, and the Trajectory of Urban Governmentality in Kuala Lumpur

Making Sense of the City: Local Government, Civic Culture, and Community Life in Urban America

An evaluation of government- sponsored vocational training programmes for the unemployed in urban Russia

Cairo's City Government the Crisis of Local Administration and the Refusal of Urban Citizenship

Attitudes Toward Government Responsibility for Social Services: Comparing Urban and Rural China

The Fate of Cities: Urban America and the Federal Government, 1945–2000

Frances Andrews, editor. With the assistance of Maria Agata Pincelli. Churchmen and Urban Government in Late Medieval Italy, c. 1200–c. 1450: Cases and Contexts

Frances Andrews, editor. Churchmen and Urban Government in Late Medieval Italy c. 1200–c. 1450: Cases and Contexts

Junk Car Clash on the Rural—Urban Fringe: A Case Study in Local Government Decision Making

William B. Cohen. Urban Government and the Rise of the French City: Five Municipalities in the Nineteenth Century. New York: St. Martin's. 1998. Pp. xiv, 338. $49.95

Henry Pratt. Churches and Urban Government in Detroit and New York, 1895–1994. Introduction by Ronald Brown. (African American Life Series.) Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State University Press. 2004. Pp. xiii, 193. $24.95.

 

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