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The Vernon report and the businessman. The papers delivered at a University Extension Symposium for Senior Executives, held in the Union Theatre, University of Sydney, on February 23, 1966
Bib ID 2012918
Format BookBook
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Symposium for Senior Executives, (1966 : University of Sydney)
 
Edition Revised 1968. 
Description Sydney, 1968 
44 p. 25 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: University of Sydney--Department of Adult Education.

Subjects Australia -- Economic policy.
Other authors/contributors University of Sydney. Extension Board  |  University of Sydney. Department of Adult Education

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