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Traditional Structures in Local Governance for Local Development

@inproceedings{Lutz2004TraditionalSI,
  title={Traditional Structures in Local Governance for Local Development},
  author={Georg Lutz and Wolf Linder},
  year={2004}
}
Social Inclusion Learning Program (CESI). Karen Sirker and Alex Widmer from the CESI staff provided many of the documents and contributed substantially to the final editing of the paper. We would like to thank the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) for the generous financial contribution to this Desk Study as part of the WBI-SDC Learning Partnership and Robert Ebel (WBI) for launching the idea of the Learning Program this Desk Study belongs to. 1 The comments and critiques that… 

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