Big projects, big project ideas

Herrschel, T. 2008. Big projects, big project ideas. Economic Development. 103, p. 4.

TitleBig projects, big project ideas
AuthorsHerrschel, T.
JournalEconomic Development
Journal citation103, p. 4
Year2008
PublisherInstitute of Economic Development (IED)
Publication dates
Published2008

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