Access to Public Sector Information

In Need of Constitutional Recognition?

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPublic Sector Information in the Digital Age. Between Markets, Public Rights and Citizens' Rights
    EditorsG. Aichholzer, H. Burkert
    Place of PublicationNorthampton Mass.
    PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing Inc.
    Pages48-68
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Prins, J. E. J. (2005). Access to Public Sector Information: In Need of Constitutional Recognition? In G. Aichholzer, & H. Burkert (Eds.), Public Sector Information in the Digital Age. Between Markets, Public Rights and Citizens' Rights (pp. 48-68). Northampton Mass.: Edward Elgar Publishing Inc..
    Prins, J.E.J. / Access to Public Sector Information : In Need of Constitutional Recognition?. Public Sector Information in the Digital Age. Between Markets, Public Rights and Citizens' Rights. editor / G. Aichholzer ; H. Burkert. Northampton Mass. : Edward Elgar Publishing Inc., 2005. pp. 48-68
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