Public Administration and Political Science Faculty, Veli Kreci (co author) publishes a paper titled The Impact of Territorial Re-Organizational Policy Interventions in the Republic of Macedonia in the Local Government Studies journal by the Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, which is highly ranked in the ISI Social Science Citation Index http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/03003930.asp and articles appearing in this journal are abstracted and indexed in International Political Science Abstracts, British Humanities Index and other prestigious social science indexes.

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Veli Kreci Publishes a Paper in the Scientific Journal Routledge Taylor

Public Administration and Political Science Faculty, Veli Kreci (co author) publishes a paper titled The Impact of Territorial Re-Organizational Policy Interventions in the Republic of Macedonia in the Local Government Studies journal by the Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, which is highly ranked in the ISI Social Science Citation Index http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/03003930.asp and articles appearing in this journal are abstracted and indexed in International Political Science Abstracts, British Humanities Index and other prestigious social science indexes.

One version of this paper was published in post-conference book volume titled “Territorial Consolidation Reforms in Europe” edited by Pawel Swianiewicz bringing together scholars from across Europe, the book volume presents the struggles by politicians, technocrats, and the public to agree on the optimum size of government that balances good performance with good services, and the relevant arguments for the fragmentation, consolidation, or cooperation of government. The electronic version of the book can be downloaded at the following link http://lgi.osi.hu/publications_datasheet.php?id=412

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