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How Power Corrupts:Cognition and Democracy in Organisations

Author(s): RICARDO, Blaug ;
ISBN: 978-0-230-21854-3;
Subjects: Power;
Publisher: : Palgrave Macmillan New York , 2010;
Call number: 303.3 RIC;
Type: Book
Available At: Main Library -> stacks
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303.3 RIC
Available Main Library -> stacks
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020 $a978-0-230-21854-3
0820 $a303.3 RIC
100 $aRICARDO, Blaug
245 $aHow Power Corrupts$bCognition and Democracy in Organisations
260 $bPalgrave Macmillan$aNew York$c2010
650 $aPower
653 $aDemocracy

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