systems approach to territorially organized planning and management

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Published by Institute of National Planning in Cairo .

Written in English

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  • Planning.,
  • Management.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: v. 1, p. 168-174.

Book details

StatementSiegfried Voigtsberger.
SeriesMemo - Institute of National Planning ; no. 1153, Memo (Maʻhad al-Takhṭīṭ al-Qawmī (Egypt)) ;, no. 1153, etc.
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LC ClassificationsHD82 .C23 no. 1153, etc., HD30.28 .C23 no. 1153, etc.
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Paginationv. :
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Open LibraryOL4579090M
LC Control Number77151423

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