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Empirical research in accounting selected studies. by Conference on Empirical Research in Accounting (6th 1971 Chicago)

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Published by Institute of Professional Accounting in Chicago .
Written in English

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Initially issued as a Supplement to Volume 9 of the Journal of Accounting Research.

ContributionsUniversity of Chicago. Institute of Professional Accounting.
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Number of Pages230
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Open LibraryOL21597171M

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