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Cost terminology and cost theory a study of its development and present state in central Europe. by Hanns-Martin Scho nfeld

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Published by Center for International Education and Research in Accounting in [Urbana (Ill.)] .
Written in English

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SeriesMonograph -- 8.
ContributionsUniversity of Illinois. Center for International Education and Research in Accounting.
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Open LibraryOL13660020M

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