Transition growth and basic needs in Ecuador
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Transition growth and basic needs in Ecuador a historical analysis by Jorge V. Alarco n

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Published by Oficina Internacional del Trabajo, PREALC, Institute of Social Studies in [Santiago del Chile], [The Hague] .
Written in English

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At head of cover title: Planning for Basic Needs in Latin America: project...

StatementJorge V. Alarco n.
SeriesISS-PREALC working paper -- no.31
ContributionsInstitute of Social Studies (Netherlands), Regional Employment Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean., Planning for Basic Needs in Latin America (Project)
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Open LibraryOL13914647M

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