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Publication Date

1994

Publisher

Greenwood Press

City

Westport, Conn

Total Pages

xv, 270

ISBN of print version

0313292930

Keywords

Construction industry, Engineering firms, International business enterprises, Colonial railroads, Capitalism, Technology transfer, International economic relations

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© 1994 Marc Linder

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Projecting capitalism: a history of the internationalization of the construction industry

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