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Finance - villain or scapegoat? twenty-third Wincott Memorial Lecture delivered at Bishop Partridge Hall, Church House, Westminster, Tuesday 26 October 1993 by Harold Bertram Rose

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Published by Institute of Economic Affairs for The Wincott Foundation in London .
Written in English


  • Capital market -- Great Britain.,
  • Money market -- Great Britain.

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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementHarold Rose.
SeriesWincott memorial lecture -- 23, Occasional paper / Institute of Economic Affairs -- no.92
ContributionsInstitute of Economic Affairs., Wincott Foundation.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21215345M
ISBN 10025536329X

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