Knowledge policies and the traditions of higher education the report from the third theme of the international conference at Rosenön, Dalarö, Sweden, on studies of higher education and research organisation, June 6-10, 1983

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Statementedited by Gunnar Bergendal.
SeriesStudies in higher education in Sweden,, no. 6
ContributionsBergendal, Gunnar, 1930-, Program for Research on Higher Education (Sweden)
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LC ClassificationsLB2301 .K56 1984
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Pagination138 p. :
Number of Pages138
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Open LibraryOL2566438M
ISBN 109122007180
LC Control Number85108015

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