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The Federal Civil Service System and the Problem of Bureaucracy: The Economics and Politics of Institutional Change (National Bureau of Economic Research Series on Long-Term Factors in Economic Dev) by Gary D. Libecap Ronald N. Johnson ISBN 13: 9780226401706

ISBN 10: 0226401707

Hardcover; Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1994-11; ISBN-13: 978-0226401706

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The Federal Civil Service System and the Problem of Bureaucracy: The Economics and Politics of Institutional Change (National Bureau of Economic Research Series on Long-Term Factors in Economic Dev)

by Johnson, Ronald N.; Libecap, Gary D

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9780226401706
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0226401707
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University Of Chicago Press, 11/15/1994. 2nd ed. Hardcover. Good. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Library stamps and markings. Ships daily.
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