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Numéro
Rev. Fr. Gest.
Volume 45, Numéro 280, avril 2019
Sciences, techniques et pratiques de gestion
Page(s) 9 - 27
Section Varia
DOI https://doi.org/10.3166/rfg.2019.00318
Publié en ligne 22 juillet 2019
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