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APA Citation

Tisdell, C. A. & University of Queensland. Department of Economics.  (2000).  Sustainable development and human resources capital.  [Brisbane :  Dept. of Economics, University of Queensland]

MLA Citation

Tisdell, C. A. and University of Queensland. Department of Economics.  Sustainable development and human resources capital / by Clem Tisdell  Dept. of Economics, University of Queensland] [Brisbane  2000

Australian/Harvard Citation

Tisdell, C. A. & University of Queensland. Department of Economics.  2000,  Sustainable development and human resources capital / by Clem Tisdell  Dept. of Economics, University of Queensland] [Brisbane

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  | title=Sustainable development and human resources capital / by Clem Tisdell
  | author1=Tisdell, C. A. (Clement Allan), 1939-
  | author2=University of Queensland. Department of Economics
  | year=2000
  | publisher=Dept. of Economics, University of Queensland]
  | language=English
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