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“Some fuzzy math”: relational information on debt value adjustments by managers and the financial press
Sebastian Kaumanns (July 2018)
Information overload in the information age: a review of the literature from business administration, business psychology, and related disciplines with a bibliometric approach and framework development
Peter Gordon Roetzel (July 2018)
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