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Culture as explanation : a comparison of British and Swedish labour markets : being the Charles Carter lecture delivered on 17 November 1987 / by Mary Douglas
Bib ID 2182228
Format BookBook
Author
Douglas, Mary
 
Description Lancaster, Eng. : University of Lancaster, 1987 
24 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Charles Carter lectures ; 1987.

Subjects Labor market -- Sweden.  |  Labor market -- Great Britain.
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