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Priorities in Melanesian development : papers delivered at the Sixth Waigani Seminar sponsored jointly by the University of Papua and New Guinea, the Australian National University ... [and others] , held at Port Moresby 30 April to 5 May 1972 / editor, Ronald J. May
Bib ID 2732372
Format BookBook
Author
Waigani Seminar (6th : 1972 : Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea)
 
Description Canberra : Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University and the University of Papua New Guinea, 1973 
xii, 470 p. : ill., map ; 26cm. 
ISBN 0708107540
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Papua New Guinea. Political development. Conference proceedings.  |  Papua New Guinea. Social planning. Conference proceedings.  |  Papua New Guinea. Economic development. Conference proceedings.  |  Papua New Guinea -- Politics and government -- Congresses.  |  Papua New Guinea -- Social policy -- Congresses.  |  Papua New Guinea -- Economic policy -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors May, R. J. (Ronald James), 1939-  |  University of Papua New Guinea  |  Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies

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