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Published by University of Bristol,School for Advanced Urban Studies in Bristol .
Written in English


  • Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

StatementAlan Murie... [et al.].
SeriesWorking paper / University of Bristol. School for Advanced Urban Studies -- 77, Working paper (University of Bristol. School for Advanced Urban Studies) -- 77.
ContributionsMurie, Alan, 1946-, University of Bristol. School for Advanced Urban Studies.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages145
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14498795M

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