A Case Study Of The Tipperary County Council Merger

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A CASE-STUDY OF THE TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL MERGER

A CASE-STUDY OF THE TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL MERGER 1 AN FORAS RIARACHÁIN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRA TION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 1 INTRODUCTION 6 1.1 Background 7 1.2 County Tipperary 7 1.3 International context for the merger 8 1.4 Irish context for the merger 9 1.5 Local government context for the merger 9 2 MERGER PLANNING 12

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