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Free cash flow et gestion des résultats: le cas des entreprises françaises

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  • Inès Fakhfakh Ben Amar
  • Mehdi Nekhili

    (Pôle Finance Responsable - Rouen Business School - Rouen Business School)

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  • Inès Fakhfakh Ben Amar & Mehdi Nekhili, 2011. "Free cash flow et gestion des résultats: le cas des entreprises françaises," Post-Print hal-00737632, HAL.
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