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Investments in big data analytics and firm performance: an empirical investigation of direct and mediating effects


  • Elisabetta Raguseo

    () (Polito - Politecnico di Torino [Torino])

  • Claudio Vitari

    () (IAE Paris - Sorbonne Business School)


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  • Elisabetta Raguseo & Claudio Vitari, 2017. "Investments in big data analytics and firm performance: an empirical investigation of direct and mediating effects," Post-Print halshs-01923259, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-01923259
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