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The Economics of Corporate Enterprise by  Norman S Buchanan - (1st edition) - 1940 - from Rainy Day Paperback Exchange and Biblio.com

The Economics of Corporate Enterprise

by Buchanan, Norman S

Condition: NEAR FINE/No DJ


NY: Henry Holt and Company, 1940. (1st edition). Hardbound. NEAR FINE/No DJ. Tight, bright, clean, square. No dust jacket Faintest age soil to exterior and age tanning of end papers. Emphasis on economic analysis. Grey cloth with gilt. 483 pages (9-1/2x6-1/2") 2.1


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