Public lectures delivered by Professor A. Michael Spence

Lee Kuan Yew distinguished visitor, 22nd-28th March 1999.
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Other titlesPublic lecture by Professor A. Michael Spence, Lee Kuan Yew distinguished visitor, 22nd-28th March 1999
SeriesLee Kuan Yew distinguished visitor public lecture series, LKY distinguished visitor public lecture series.
LC ClassificationsHC59.15 .S74 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 56 p. :
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Open LibraryOL150196M
ISBN 109810416105
LC Control Number99912826

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