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Helena Margaretha Ekelund

Abstract

This edited volume explores the emerging European administrative space. With contributions from several sub-disciplines to political science and public administration the book investigates to what extent a shared administrative identity amongst public servants exists in Europe using a range of methodological approaches.

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Article Keywords

administration, Europe, public servant, administrative space, identity

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