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Published by Henley the Management College in Henley-on-Thames .
Written in English


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Spiral binding.

Statementby Peter Bowbrick and David Price.
SeriesHenley working paper -- HWP 4/91
ContributionsPrice, David.
The Physical Object
Pagination24 leaves
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL14472255M

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