Corporate models

March 1973
Accountancy;Mar1973, Vol. 83 Issue 955, p8
Trade Publication
Calls for input from companies which have developed or made use of corporate models for the research by Peter Grinyer and Jeff Wooller at the City University's Graduate Business Centre in Gresham College, London, England. Contact information.


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