how to produce socially just, resilient, and green dynamic growth for a good society Bangkok, 2014
how to produce socially just, resilient, and green dynamic growth for a good society / Marc Saxer. - 2nd ed.. - Bangkok : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2013. -  S. = 1,5 MB PDF-File. - (Economy of tomorrow) Electronic ed.: Bangkok : FES, 2014
Tăng tru'óng xanh, năng dông, bên vũ'ng trên co' sò' kęêt họ'p vó'i công băng xã hôi, cho môt xã hôi tót dẹp.
Marc Saxer. - [Short version, electronic ed.]. - [Hà-n̂ọi] : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2013. - 8 S. = 680 KB, PDF-File. - (N`ên kinh tęe cùa tu'o'ng lai - The economy of tomorrow) Einheitssacht.: The economy of tomorrow - how to produce socialy just, sustainable and green dynamic growth for a good society . - Electronic ed.: Bangkok (i.V.) : FES, 2013
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