2 edition of Coping with difficulty and responding to failure found in the catalog.
Coping with difficulty and responding to failure
by The Treasury and Whitehall: public spending planning and control [research project] in [Exeter]
Written in English
|Statement||by Colin Thain and Maurice Wright.|
|Series||Working paper / the Treasury and Whitehall: public spending planning and control -- no.5, Working paper (The Treasury and Whitehall: public spending planning and control) -- no.5.|
|Contributions||Wright, Maurice., Treasury and Whitehall: public spending planning and control.|
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