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2019 | 1 (48) | 155-161
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Leaders, Managers or Administrators – Mayors in Central and Eastern European Countries

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This paper is the first step to fill a gap in the studies on the position of mayors in European local government systems. The first part of the paper will be devoted to critical analysis of theoretical and methodological studies on the position and selection of mayors. The second part will focus on verifying the proposed hypotheses. In the conclusions, an attempt will be made to present a profile of local democracy in CEE countries.
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  • University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
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