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Fund Raising for the Performing Arts: Life After the Lottery - How can we Adapt. / Fraser, P.; Fraser, I.

University of Hertfordshire, 2003. (Business School Working Papers; Vol. UHBS 2003-5), (Marketing Paper; Vol. 18).

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Harvard

Fraser, P & Fraser, I 2003 'Fund Raising for the Performing Arts: Life After the Lottery - How can we Adapt' Business School Working Papers, vol. UHBS 2003-5, Marketing Paper, vol. 18, University of Hertfordshire.

APA

Fraser, P., & Fraser, I. (2003). Fund Raising for the Performing Arts: Life After the Lottery - How can we Adapt. (Business School Working Papers; Vol. UHBS 2003-5), (Marketing Paper; Vol. 18). University of Hertfordshire.

Vancouver

Fraser P, Fraser I. Fund Raising for the Performing Arts: Life After the Lottery - How can we Adapt. University of Hertfordshire. 2003. (Business School Working Papers). (Marketing Paper).

Author

Fraser, P. ; Fraser, I. / Fund Raising for the Performing Arts: Life After the Lottery - How can we Adapt. University of Hertfordshire, 2003. (Business School Working Papers). (Marketing Paper).

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