2 edition of Economic, social and political aspects of urban and regional change found in the catalog.
Economic, social and political aspects of urban and regional change
British-Georgian Geographical Seminar (2nd 1995 Oxford, England, etc.)
|Other titles||Sakʻalakʻo da regionuli cʻvlilebebis ekonomikuri socʻialuri da politikuri aspekʻtebi|
|Statement||editors Revaz Gachechiladze, David M. Smith = [Sakʻalakʻo da regionuli cʻvlilebebis ekonomikuri socʻialuri da politikuri aspekʻtebi : meome Britanul-Kʻartʻuli geograpʻiuli seminaris masalebi : 28 ivnisi--5 ivlisi 1995, okʻspʻordi-birminhemi-londoni / redakʻtorebi Levaz Gačʻečʻilażem, Devid M. Smitʻi].|
|Contributions||Gachechiladze, R. G. (Revaz Givievich), Smith, David Marshall, 1936-|
|LC Classifications||HN656.4.A8 B75 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||179 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||97113803|
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