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The relations among environmental disclosure, environmental performance, and economic performance: a simultaneous equations approach

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  • Al-Tuwaijri, Sulaiman A.
  • Christensen, Theodore E.
  • Hughes, K. II

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  • Al-Tuwaijri, Sulaiman A. & Christensen, Theodore E. & Hughes, K. II, 2004. "The relations among environmental disclosure, environmental performance, and economic performance: a simultaneous equations approach," Accounting, Organizations and Society, Elsevier, vol. 29(5-6), pages 447-471.
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