История на икономическата мисъл

The Economics of Time and Ignorance

Автор(и) : Gerald P. O`Driscoll Jr., Mario J. Rizzo

Издател : Taylor & Francis, Inc.

Място на издаване : London, UK

Година на издаване : 1996

ISBN : 0-415-12120-5

Брой страници : 265

Език : английски


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