Economic policy and collective bargaining in West Germany
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Economic policy and collective bargaining in West Germany by E. Owen Smith

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Published by Loughborough University, Department of Economics in Loughborough .
Written in English

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StatementE. Owen Smith.
SeriesOccasional research paper series -- no.86, Occasional research paper series (Loughborough University. Department of Economics) -- no.86.
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Open LibraryOL19599035M

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