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Rev. Fr. Gest.
Volume 41, Numéro 247, Mars 2015
Dossier – Gestion des entreprises sociales et solidaires : 2. Performance et hybridité
Page(s) 11 - 25
Section Varia
DOI https://doi.org/10.3166/RFG.247.11-25
Publié en ligne 23 avril 2015
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