Incomes policy in crisis: an overview, 1973-4
John Corina, A J Meyrick, Incomes Policy Evaluation Programme (Oxford University-University of Manchester)
Incomes Policy Evaluation Programme, Oxford University and University of Manchester (Institute of Science and Technology) - Business & Economics - 102 pages
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