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The marketisation of employment services and the British work programme [WP]. / Hill, John.

University of Hertfordshire, 2013. p. 21 (UH Business School Working Paper).

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Hill, J 2013 'The marketisation of employment services and the British work programme [WP]' UH Business School Working Paper, University of Hertfordshire, pp. 21.

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Hill, J. (2013). The marketisation of employment services and the British work programme [WP]. (pp. 21). (UH Business School Working Paper). University of Hertfordshire.

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Hill J. The marketisation of employment services and the British work programme [WP]. University of Hertfordshire. 2013, p. 21. (UH Business School Working Paper).

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Hill, John. / The marketisation of employment services and the British work programme [WP]. University of Hertfordshire, 2013. pp. 21 (UH Business School Working Paper).

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