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The career patterns of enterprising women : a comparison of executives and entrepreneurs / Leonie V. Still and Cecily M. Guerin
Bib ID 3017439
Format BookBook
Author
Still, Leonie V. (Leonie Veronica)
 
Description [Kingswood, N.S.W.] : Nepean College of Advanced Education, School of Business, 1987 
28 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 090807851X
Series

Women in management series ; Paper no. 9.

Notes

"This paper was presented at the 56th ANZAAS Festival, Palmerston North, New Zealand, January 1987'-T.p.

Bibliography: p. 25-28.

Subjects Women executives -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Guerin, Cecily  |  Nepean College of Advanced Education. School of Business

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