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Studies of the labour market and the labour process with special reference to the Oxford region

Peter George

Studies of the labour market and the labour process with special reference to the Oxford region

by Peter George

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Published by [Oxford Polytechnic] in [Oxford] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Oxford Polytechnic (Thames Valley Regional Management Centre).

Statementby Peter George, KeithLambe and Martin Joseph ; editor: Roger Bennett.
SeriesOccasional papers - a special collection / Oxford Polytechnic. Faculty of Modern Studies
ContributionsLambe, Keith., Joseph, Martin., Bennett, Roger., Thames Valley Regional Management Centre.
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Open LibraryOL13684890M

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