2 edition of Economic problems in a changing world found in the catalog.
Economic problems in a changing world
Willard Long Thorp
|Statement||by Edward Berman, O. W. Blackett ... [and others] edited by Willard L. Thorp.|
|Contributions||Berman, Edward, 1897-1938., Blackett, Olin Winthrop, 1895-|
|LC Classifications||HC106.3 .T45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 820 p.|
|Number of Pages||820|
|LC Control Number||39003440|
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