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Acknowledgments

Compiled by Stephen Graham

International Development Research Centre

Ottawa · Cairo · Dakar · Johannesburg · Montevideo · Nairobi

New Delhi · Singapore

Published by the International Development Research Centre

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©International Development Research Centre 1994

Graham, S.

Energy research in developing countries. Ottawa, ON, IDRC, 1994. xvi + 307 p.

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UDC: 620.9.001.5 ISBN: 0-88936-709-4

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The assistance and contribution of the following individuals in compiling this book is gratefully appreciated: Steven Diener, Tony Friend, Dorothy Lele, Brigid Rowan, Jack Ruitenbeek, Brenda Segal, Nancy White, and Roger Young. The names of the scientists who contributed to the original publications are listed just below the title of each paper. Their hard work and dedication to the Energy Research Group is remembered and acknowledged.

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