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Vintage analysis of regional economic change a Nordic tradition. by Borje Johansson

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Published by CERUM in Umea .
Written in English


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SeriesInfrastructure and economic development -- 4, Working paper / CERUM -- 1989:18
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Open LibraryOL18212980M

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