Merchandising, marketing, and understanding the business of licensing.

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Published by International Licensing Industry Merchandisers" Association in New York, NY (350 5th Ave., Suite 6210, New York, 10118) .

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ContributionsInternational Licensing Industry Merchandisers" Association.
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LC ClassificationsHF5415.122 .M48 1990
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Pagination2, 101 leaves ;
Number of Pages101
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Open LibraryOL1967597M
LC Control Number90202633

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