Industry-level pressures to restructure
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Industry-level pressures to restructure by Margaret M. Blair

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Published by Boston University, School of Management in Boston, MA .
Written in English

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StatementMargaret M. Blair and Martha A. Schary.
SeriesWorking papers series / Boston University, School of Management -- 92-39, Working papers series -- 92-39.
ContributionsSchary, Martha M., Boston University. School of Management.
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Open LibraryOL20517212M

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