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The development philosophy of Robert S. McNamara

Author: John L Maddux; Robert S McNamara
Publisher: Washington D.C. : World Bank, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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To mark the retirement of Robert S. McNamara as President of the World Bank after thirteen years of service, the Bank's Executive Directors commissioned a book gathering together all the principal statements Mr. McNamara made during his tenure of office.
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Named Person: Robert S McNamara; Robert S McNamara
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John L Maddux; Robert S McNamara
OCLC Number: 8048030
Description: 48 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: John L. Maddux.

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To mark the retirement of Robert S. McNamara as President of the World Bank after thirteen years of service, the Bank's Executive Directors commissioned a book gathering together all the principal statements Mr. McNamara made during his tenure of office.

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