Research policy in librarianship and information science papers presented to a conference of the Library and Information Research Group and the Public Libraries Research Group, Salford, 1990, organised with the support of the British Library Research and Development Department

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Statementedited by Colin Harris.
SeriesBritish Library research and development report -- 6010
ContributionsHarris, Colin, 1944-, Library and Information Research Group., Public Libraries Research Group., British Library. Research and Development Department.
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Pagination139p. ;
Number of Pages139
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Open LibraryOL22257981M
ISBN 100947568492

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