[A collection of pamphlets concerning political and economic affairs]

Format
Book
Language
Multiple languages
Published/​Created
1960-1968.
Description
18 items in 1 v.

Details

Other title(s)
  • Spanish credit and banking legislation.
  • Funktionen und Instrumente der Zentralbanken in den EWG-Staaten und in Österreich : zum Problem der währungspolitischen Integration.
  • Better training - or else! : proceesings of a conference to discuss materials for a comprehensive inservice training program for public welfare, developed in a four-year project supported by the Community Health Service Grant Program of the United States Public Health Service, Barbizon Plaza Hotel, New York, November 28-29, 1967.
  • The professional
  • The Professional school and world affairs ; report of the Task Force on Medicine and Public Health.
  • Base monetaria, credito e depositi bancari.
  • Roll call behavior in the Massachusetts House of Representatives : a test of selected hypotheses.
  • Portfolio selection of central banks and the supply of unconditional reserves under the gold-exchange standard.
  • Kansas in the 1970's.
  • Il finanziamento dell'edilizia economica e popolare.
  • El problema monetario actual del Peru.
  • Japan and the awakening dragon ; a case study of Japan's current view of communist China.
  • Academic orientation for foreign graduate students : a study of the Economics Institute.
  • Le probléme des productions de remplacement : un schéma de leur rentabilité dans le contexte d'une économie nationale.
  • Über die Bedeutung des räumlichen Verbunds im Bereich der Industrie.
  • L'agriculture paysanne et le developpement de l'economie polanaise.
  • Aspectos geográficos de las dependencias federales.
  • Revolt in the South.
  • U.S. universities ; their role in AID-financed technical assistance overseas.
OCLC
237291624
RCP
H - S
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