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A familly of nations, a family of libraries: What explains the similarities and differences between the puvblic library systems in the Nordic countries? - Mäkinen Ilkka 2013


Category Articles
Sub-category Compilation
Type Scientific compilation
Type of publication (Ministry of Education and Culture) A3 
Authors Mäkinen Ilkka 
Number of authors
First internal author
First author's department School of Information Sciences
Name of article A familly of nations, a family of libraries: What explains the similarities and differences between the puvblic library systems in the Nordic countries? 
Name of main work Libraries, black metal and corporate finance. Current research in Nordic Library and Information Science. Selected articles from the 40th anniversary conference of the Swedish School of Library and Information Science 
Editors of main work Frenander Anders , Nilsson, Skans Kersti 
Year of publication and registration 2013 and 2013 
Publisher Högskolan i Borås 
Place of publication Borås 
Pages or article number 16-38 
Refereed Yes
ISBN 978-91-85659-95-1 
Series name Vetenskap för profession 
Series number 23 
ISSN 1654-6520 
Language of publication English
Published outside Finland outside Finland
Discipline Tietojenkäsittely ja informaatiotieteet
International co-publication No
National publication Not a national co-publication
Open access Open access publication
URL of web publication http://hdl.handle.net/2320/12324
Descriptors / Finnish Yleiset kirjastot, kirjastohistoria, vertaileva kirjastotiede 
Descriptors / English Public libraries, Library history, Comparative librarianship 
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