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Who owns the unexpected? A perspective on the nation's information industry / by D.McL. Lamberton
Bib ID 974294
Format BookBook
Author
Lamberton, D. M. (Donald McLean), 1927-2014
 
Description St. Lucia, Q. : University of Queensland Press, 1975 
32p. ; 22cm. 
ISBN 0702212946
Series

University of Queensland inaugural lectures ; 1974.

Notes

Inaugural lecture delivered at the University of Queensland 17 September, 1974.

Bibliography: p.31-32.

Np 301.160994 L223 copy Digital master available National Library of Australia

Subjects Australia. Society. Role of information. Economic aspects.  |  Information services.

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