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Public Libraries and their National Policies: International Case Studies

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Public Libraries and their National Policies is aimed at practicing librarians and scholars with an interest in public libraries. It examines the various models for providing public library services around the world and discusses differences in such areas as funding sources, standards, regulations and use. At a time when public libraries are facing shrinking budgets and increasing pressure to consolidate or otherwise modify their governance structure, this book provides a timely glimpse into international best practices. Written by a practicing public library administrator with a working knowledge of policy applications Little published work exists in book form concerning international public library policies

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