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Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge

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Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge. / Foster, D. (Editor); Scott, Peter (Editor).

32 ed. Brussels : Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2005. 200 p. (Work and society; No. 32).

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Harvard

Foster, D & Scott, P (eds) 2005, Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge. Work and society, no. 32, 32 edn, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, Brussels. <http://www.peterlang.cn/download/datasheet/14622/datasheet_29959.pdf>

APA

Foster, D., & Scott, P. (Eds.) (2005). Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge. (32 ed.) (Work and society; No. 32). Peter Lang International Academic Publishers. http://www.peterlang.cn/download/datasheet/14622/datasheet_29959.pdf

Vancouver

Foster D, (ed.), Scott P, (ed.). Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge. 32 ed. Brussels: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2005. 200 p. (Work and society; 32).

Author

Foster, D. (Editor) ; Scott, Peter (Editor). / Trade unions in Europe: meeting the challenge. 32 ed. Brussels : Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2005. 200 p. (Work and society; 32).

Bibtex

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