Regional development and the restructuring of state socialism a regulationist approach to "the transition" in Slovakia by Smith, Adrian

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  • Slovakia -- Economic policy.,
  • Slovakia -- Economic conditions.

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StatementAdrian Smith.
SeriesResearch papers in geography (University of Sussex) -- 15
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Pagination55 p. :
Number of Pages55
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Open LibraryOL22212362M
ISBN 101874465142

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