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Developing Managerial Information Systems
Andrew M. McCosh, Mawdudur Rahman and Michael J. Earl
Developing Managerial Information Systems
Andrew M. McCosh, Mawdudur Rahman and Michael J. Earl
Developing Managers for the 1980s
Edited by Cary L. Cooper
Developing Multicultural Leaders
Farid A. Muna and Ziad A. Zennie
Developing Multicultural Leaders
Farid A. Muna and Ziad A. Zennie
Developing Positive Employment Relations
Edited by Stewart Johnstone and Adrian Wilkinson
Developing Strategies for International Business
J. Angus Gillon and Lynne Pearson
Development and Underdevelopment: A Marxist Analysis
Geoffrey Kay
Development Connections
Edited by Alberto Chong
Development Corruption in South Africa
Soma Pillay
Development Economics
Pramod (Raja) Junankar
Development Economics and Policy
Edited by David Sapsford and John-ren Chen
Development for Sustainable Agriculture
Edited by Akio Hosono, Carlos Magno Campos Rocha and Yutaka Hongo
Development Macroeconomics in Latin America and Mexico
Jaime Ros
Development Models, Globalization and Economies
Edited by John B. Kidd and Frank-Jürgen Richter
Development of China's Financial Supervision and Regulation
Edited by Bin Hu, Zhentao Yin and Liansheng Zheng
Development of Consumer Finance in East Asia
Edited by Guogang Wang, Gang Zeng and Xuan Xiaoying
Development Paradigms for Urban Housing in BRICS Countries
Piyush Tiwari, Jyoti Rao and Jennifer Day
Development Paths in Africa and China
Edited by Ukandi G. Damachi, Guy Routh and Abdel-Rahman E. Ali Taha
Development Perspectives
Paul Streeten
Development Perspectives for the 1990s
Edited by Renee Prendergast and H. W. Singer
Development Planning and Poverty Reduction
Edited by David Potts, Patrick Ryan and Anna Toner
Development Strategies in East Asia and Latin America
Edited by Akio Hosono and Neantro Saavedra-Rivano
Development Strategy and the Economy of Sierra Leone
John Weeks
Development, Governance and the Environment in South Asia
Edited by Mohammad Alauddin and Samiul Hasan
Developmental States in East Asia
Edited by Gordon White
Developments in Chinese Entrepreneurship
Edited by Douglas Cumming, Michael Firth, Wenxuan Hou and Edward Lee
Developments in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Edited by Kulwant S. Pawar, Helen Rogers, Andrew Potter and Mohamed Naim
Developments in Mean-Variance Efficient Portfolio Selection
Megha Agarwal
Dialectics and Deconstruction in Political Economy
Robert Albritton
Dialogue in Organizations
Megan Reitz
Digital Stractics
Chris Outram
Digital Strategies in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Leonard Lerer and Mike Piper
Dionysian Economics
Benjamin Ward
Direct Investment in the United Kingdom by Smaller European Firms
Peter J. Buckley, Zdenka Berkova and Gerald D. Newbould
Disarming Military Industries
Peter Southwood
Disasters and the Media
Edited by Shirley Harrison
Disorganized Crimes
Bernard E. Munk
Disparities in Economic Development since the Industrial Revolution
Edited by Paul Bairoch and Maurice Lévy-Leboyer
Distribution, Effective Demand and International Economic Relations
Edited by Jan Kregel
Distributional Conflict and Inflation
Richard Burdekin and Paul Burkett
Diversity
Edited by Kurt A. April and Marylou L. Shockley
Diversity in Africa
Edited by Kurt A. April and Marylou Shockley
Diversity Intelligence
Claretha Hughes
Diversity, Ethnicity, Migration and Work
Geraldine Healy and Franklin Oikelome
Divisia Monetary Aggregates
Edited by Michael Belongia and Jane M. Binner
Do Economic Sanctions Work?
Makio Miyagawa
Do Less Better
John R. Bell
Do We Need HR?
Paul Sparrow, Martin Hird and Cary L. Cooper
Do World Bank and IMF Policies Work?
Shahrukh Rafi Khan
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