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Lomakina I. S.
Assistant professor, Chelyabinsk State Academy of Culture and Arts,
Candidate of Science (Pedagogy)

Open method of coordination in the system of management in the European Union (Russia, Chelyabinsk)
The article is dedicated to the issue of new management with its open method of coordination (OMC), discusses the place of OMC in the system of EU management, and analyzes the major features of this method as a new form of management
Key words: open method of coordination (OMC), new management, community method, European Union, integration

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