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The EAPC blog publishes notes on training, public management, innovation, knowledge management, public servants and public policy. The EAPC reserves the right to accept publication the posts that it receives. The Public Administration School of Catalonia shall not be held responsible for the opinions of the authors that contribute to the blog. The published texts may be reproduced, distributed and published on condition that the name of the author and the source are mentioned.

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Surnames, Name. “Title of the note” [online]. Barcelona: Revista catalana de dret públic [blog]. 2013.<link> [Viewed: date].

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Vintró, Joan. “La declaració de sobirania i el dret a decidir del poble de Catalunya” [online]. Barcelona: Revista catalana de dret públic [blog]. 2013.<> [Viewed: 7 February 2013].