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The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education: Recentralising, decentralising or both?

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The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education : Recentralising, decentralising or both? / Torjesen, Dag Olaf; Hansen, Hanne Foss; Pinheiro, Rómulo; Vrangbæk, Karsten.

I: Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration, Bind 21, Nr. 1, 2017, s. 57-88.

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Torjesen, DO, Hansen, HF, Pinheiro, R & Vrangbæk, K 2017, 'The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education: Recentralising, decentralising or both?', Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration, bind 21, nr. 1, s. 57-88.

APA

Torjesen, D. O., Hansen, H. F., Pinheiro, R., & Vrangbæk, K. (2017). The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education: Recentralising, decentralising or both? Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration, 21(1), 57-88.

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Torjesen DO, Hansen HF, Pinheiro R, Vrangbæk K. The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education: Recentralising, decentralising or both? Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration. 2017;21(1):57-88.

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Torjesen, Dag Olaf ; Hansen, Hanne Foss ; Pinheiro, Rómulo ; Vrangbæk, Karsten. / The Scandinavian Model in Healthcare and Higher Education : Recentralising, decentralising or both?. I: Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration. 2017 ; Bind 21, Nr. 1. s. 57-88.

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