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Vignette Equivalence and Response Consistency : The case of job satisfaction

By Bernard M.S Van Praag, Ada Ferrer-i-carbonell and Ioannis Theodossiou



Topics: vignettes, vignette equivalence, response consistency, job satisfaction, subjective, HF Commerce, HF
Year: 2011
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