Perspectives in public regulation

essays on political economy. Edited with an introd. by Milton Russell. by Southern Illinois University Conference on Current Issues in Public Utility Requlation and Management, Carbondale 1972

Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press in Carbondale

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ContributionsRussell, Milton, 1933-, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Business Research Bureau., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Dept. of Economics
LC ClassificationsHD2766 S57 1972
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Number of Pages130
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Open LibraryOL21776576M

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