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Kontakt durch Kontrakt? Ministerien und Agencies in DÄnemark

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„Agencification in DÄnemark“ ist Thema vorliegenden Aufsatzes und soll eine neuere Entwicklung in der dÄnischen Zentral Verwaltung in den Mittelpunkt rücken.1

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  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Politikwissenschaft, Verwaltung und OrganisationUniversitÄt PotsdamDeutschland

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