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Accounting in different cultures and from different perspectives
Author/s: Alessandro Lai, Delfina Gomes 
Year:  2018 Issue: Language: English 
Pages:  6 Pg. 7-12 FullText PDF:  56 KB
DOI:  10.3280/CCA2018-002002
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Alessandro Lai, Delfina Gomes, in "CONTABILITÀ E CULTURA AZIENDALE" 2/2018, pp. 7-12, DOI:10.3280/CCA2018-002002


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