The Relative importance of summary evaluations versus external information in choice by John Hulland

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Published by University of Western Ontario, Western Business School in London, Ontario .

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StatementJohn S. Hulland & Don N. Kleinmuntz.
SeriesWorking paper / Western Business School -- 92-10, Working paper -- 92-10.
ContributionsKleinmuntz, Don N., University of Western Ontario. Western Business School.
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Open LibraryOL16772391M
ISBN 100771414226
OCLC/WorldCa30665082

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