Ownership, efficiency and the role of markets.
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Published by Sheffield University Management School in Sheffield .
Written in English


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SeriesTopics in economics : a teaching monograph series, Topics in economics
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Open LibraryOL15355111M
ISBN 100951898515
OCLC/WorldCa277831614

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