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2018 | 4/2018 (77) | 134-152
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Information Asymmetry, Signalling and Screening vs. Audit Culture – Selected Challenges for Academic Governance

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Asymetria informacji, sygnalizowanie i screening a kultura audytu – wybrane wyzwania dla ładu akademickiego
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2019-01-09
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  • University of Life Sciences, Department of Economics and Organisation of Enterprises, Faculty of Economic Sciences
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1644-9584
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