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Selected readings in operational research for developing countries

Selected readings in operational research for developing countries

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Published by Operational Research Society in (Birmingham) .
Written in English


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Statementedited by G. M. Luck & G. Walsham for the Operational Research Society.
ContributionsLuck, G. M., Walsham, G., Operational Research Society.
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Selected readings in operational research for developing countries. [Great Britain]: The Operational Research Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mike Luck; Geoffrey Walsham. Book Selection; Published: 01 September ; Selected Readings in Operational Research for Developing Countries.

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Selected Readings: Reviews 75 Selected Readings: Country Cases 76 References Cited 76 Cross-Referenced Chapters and Notes76 Note Small and Medium Enterprises 77 Operational Aspects 78 Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Practitioners80 Notes 81 Selected Readings 81 References Cited 82 Cross-Referenced Chapters and Notes Ethical considerations, reflections and actions can make a difference in whether a particular innovation, design or research finding will have a helpful or harmful impact on society [1],[2].

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