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Published by Department of Management Sciences, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementHelen J. Marks & Peter J. McGoldrick.
SeriesOccasional papers / University of Manchester,Institute of Science andTechnology, Department of Management Sciences -- no.8506, Occasional paper (University of Manchester. Institute of Science and Technology. Department of Management Sciences) -- no.8506.
ContributionsMcGoldrick, Peter J., University of Manchester. Institute of Science and Technology. Department of Management Sciences.
The Physical Object
Pagination29 leaves
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18128703M
ISBN 100946802750

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