Privatization, désétatisation and culture
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Privatization, désétatisation and culture limitations or opportunities for cultural development in Europe? : conference reader for the Circle Round Table 1997 by

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Published by Boekman in Amsterdam .
Written in English

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Statementedited by Annemoon van Hemel, Niki van der Wielen.
ContributionsHemel, Annemoon van., Wielen, Niki van der., Cultural Information and Research Centres Liaison in Europe., Circle Round Table (Conference) (1997 : Amsterdam)
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Open LibraryOL20678276M

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