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Determinants of efficiency in least developed countries : further evidence from Nepalese manufacturing firms / Edward Oczkowski and Kishor Sharma
Bib ID 3307132
Format BookBook
Author
Oczkowski, Edward
 
Description Bathurst, N.S.W. : Faculty of Commerce, Charles Sturt University, 2003 
28 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper series (Charles Sturt University. Faculty of Commerce) ; no. 03/22.

Notes

"July 2003".

Bibliography: p. 18-19.

Subjects Manufacturing industries -- Nepal.
Other authors/contributors Sharma, Kishor  |  Charles Sturt University. Faculty of Commerce

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