World energy production 1800-1985 = Production mondiale d"energie by Bouda Etemad

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StatementBouda Etemad & Jean Luciani ; under the directionof Paul Bairoch & Jean-Claude Toutain.
SeriesPublications du Centre d"Histoire Economique Internationale de l"Universite de Genève -- 7
ContributionsLuciani, Jean., Bairoch, Paul, 1930-, Toutain, Jean-Claude.
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Pagination272p. ;
Number of Pages272
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Open LibraryOL20396815M

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