Efficient allocation of research funds economic evaluation methods with case studies in building technology by Harold E Marshall

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  • Research -- Economic aspects,
  • Research -- Management

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StatementHarold E. Marshall, Rosalie T. Ruegg, Center for Building Technology, National Engineering Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards
SeriesNBS special publication ; 558, NBS special publication -- 558
ContributionsRuegg, Rosalie T., joint author, Center for Building Technology
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Paginationviii, 47 p. :
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL13603158M

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