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UK market, financial databases and evidence of bias

By Panagiotis Andrikopoulos, A. Daynes, D. Latimer and P. Pagas


Andrikopoulos author contribution 50%. \ud \ud A paper in the Leicester Business School's Occasional Paper Series for which submissions are internally peer reviewed. ISBN: 9781857213805

Topics: RAE 2008, UoA 36 Business and Management Studies
Year: 2007
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