Can graduates still hope to put principles into practice? a study of employment opportunities for Estate Management graduates by Peter Dent

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Published by [University of Central England in Birmingham] in [Birmingham] .

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A paper "to be presented at The Guy Bigwood Conference, Warwickshire County Cricket Ground, Edgbaston, Birmingham on Thursday 26 November 1992". - The research study was sponsored by the Guy Bigwood Award.

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