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Combining Market and Bureaucratic Control in Education: an answer to market and bureaucratic failure?

Bibliographic reference Vandenberghe, Vincent. Combining Market and Bureaucratic Control in Education: an answer to market and bureaucratic failure?. In: Comparative Education : an international journal of comparative studies, Vol. 35, no. 3, p. 271-282 (1999)
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