Definition of Deconcentrated
1. deconcentrate [v] - See also: deconcentrate
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Literary usage of Deconcentrated
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1. Local Economic Development: A Geographical Comparison of Rural Community by Cecily Neil, Markku Tykkyläinen, NetLibrary, Inc (1998)
"The outcomes of more spatially deconcentrated tourism strategies, ... deconcentrated development would certainly have reduced the mismatch of the local ..."
2. Mexico: Progress in Implementing Regulatory Reform by OECD Staff (2004)
"deconcentrated and decentralised authorities in the Mexican context A wide number of agencies, considered as "deconcentrated or Decentralised Authorities"* ..."
3. Managing Decentralisation: A New Role for Labour Market Policy by Oecd, OECD Staff, Development (COR) (2003)
"... between its component bodies (ANPE, AFPA, deconcentrated offices) and relations between the central administration and the various territorial levels. ..."
4. Local and Central Government: A Comparative Study of England, France by Percy Ashley (1906)
"central detection of any proposals for action beyond the sphere of a local body is rendered comparatively easy by the deconcentrated central control. ..."
5. Distributed Public Governance: Agencies, Authorities and Other Government Bodies by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2002)
"deconcentrated Services Alongside central services, the French administrative apparatus also includes deconcentrated services. Deconcentration is not a new ..."
6. Regional Development and Structural Policy in Mexico by Denis Besnainou, Laurent Davezies (1997)
"With regard to social development, the most deconcentrated sectors are ... The health care budget, on the other hand, is deconcentrated only as to 17 per ..."
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