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The first official national accounting estimates, as compiled by Sir Timothy Coghlan, New South Wales Statistician, 1886 to 1905 / [by] Bryan Haig
Bib ID 3077274
Format BookBook
Author
Haig, B. D. (Bryan Douglas)
 
Description Canberra : Economics Program, RSSS, Australian National University, 2001 
107 p. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"March 2001"

Bibliography: p. 106-107.

Subjects Coghlan, T. A. - (Timothy Augustine), - 1855-1926  |  National income - Australia - Accounting.  |  Great Britain - Colonies - Australia - Statistics.  |  Great Britain - Colonies - Australia - Statistics.  |  New South Wales - Statistics.  |  New South Wales - Statistics.
Other authors/contributors Coghlan, T. A. (Timothy Augustine), 1855-1926  |  Australian National University. Economics Program

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