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outline of evaluation as practised by the Programmes Analysis Unit, with three case studies text of lectures delivered at the College of Europe, Bruges, September 9th 1969 by P M S. Jones

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Published by Programmes Analysis Unit in Chilton .
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Statement[by] P.M.S. Jones, H. Hunt.
ContributionsHunt, H., Programmes Analysis Unit.
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Number of Pages84
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