Dublin as a polycentric city region?

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Egeraat, C. and Sokol, M. 2010. Dublin as a polycentric city region? in: O'Broin, D. and Jacobson, D. (ed.) Local Dublin, Global Dublin: Public Policy in an Evolving City Region Dublin Glasnevin Publishing. pp. 147-179
AuthorsEgeraat, C. and Sokol, M.
EditorsO'Broin, D. and Jacobson, D.
Page range147-179
Year2010
Book titleLocal Dublin, Global Dublin: Public Policy in an Evolving City Region
PublisherGlasnevin Publishing
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationDublin
ISBN9780955578144
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Print2010
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Deposited28 Apr 2011
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