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Knowledge networks and policy paradigms Czechoslovak monetary policymaking, 1918-1992. by Marketa Dolezel Evans

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Written in English

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Pagination306 leaves.
Number of Pages306
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Open LibraryOL19938919M
ISBN 10061274762X

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