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2001 | nr 5 | 34-48
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Rozdział funduszy dla rządów lokalnych w drodze przetargu lub według rozdzielnika: aspekty etyczne i gospodarcze : (na przykładzie Wielkiej Brytanii)

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Artykuł przedstawia brytyjski system finansowania według rozdzielnika oraz zagrożenia przetargami. Omawia początki przetargów i ich ocenę. Zwraca uwagę na przetargi konkurencyjne i ich wady.
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