Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia

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Original languageEnglish
Pages1-23
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 1989
EventThe 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference - Adelaide, Australia
Duration: 13 Feb 198916 Feb 1989

Conference

ConferenceThe 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference
CountryAustralia
CityAdelaide
Period13/02/8916/02/89

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CHO, G. (1989). Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia. 1-23. Paper presented at The 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, Australia.
CHO, George. / Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia. Paper presented at The 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, Australia.23 p.
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CHO, G 1989, 'Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia' Paper presented at The 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 13/02/89 - 16/02/89, pp. 1-23.

Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia. / CHO, George.

1989. 1-23 Paper presented at The 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, Australia.

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CHO G. Spatial implications of a strong 'centralist' Federal government in Malaysia. 1989. Paper presented at The 23rd Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Adelaide, Australia.