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Marketing vs Engineering: Who Should Decide ?


  • AMBEC Stefan
  • POITEVIN Michel


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  • AMBEC Stefan & POITEVIN Michel, 2008. "Marketing vs Engineering: Who Should Decide ?," LERNA Working Papers 08.22.266, LERNA, University of Toulouse.
  • Handle: RePEc:ler:wpaper:08.22.266

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