Technology, Economic Security, State, and the Political Economy of Economic Networks A Historical and Comparative Research on the Evolution of Economic Networks in Taiwan and Japan

Wang, Huei-Huang

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Wang, Huei-Huang
DATE
1998
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9780761810223
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ENGLISH
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6,21 MB
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Wang, Huei-Huang is the author of 'Technology, Economic Security, State, and the Political Economy of Economic Networks A Historical and Comparative Research on the Evolution of Economic Networks in Taiwan and Japan', published 1998 under ISBN 9780761810223 and ISBN 0761810226.

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