Management accountants as business partners: An empirical analysis based on the theory of reasoned action

S. Wolf, B.E. Weißenberger, E. Barbara, R. Kabst, M. Wehner, Management Accountants as Business Partners: An Empirical Analysis Based on the Theory of Reasoned Action, Chair for Controlling and Business Accounting at the Department of Business Administration and Economics, Justus Liebig University Giessen., 2010.

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Wolf S, Weißenberger BE, Barbara E, Kabst R, Wehner M. Management Accountants as Business Partners: An Empirical Analysis Based on the Theory of Reasoned Action. Chair for Controlling and Business Accounting at the Department of Business Administration and Economics, Justus Liebig University Giessen.; 2010.
Wolf, S., Weißenberger, B. E., Barbara, E., Kabst, R., & Wehner, M. (2010). Management accountants as business partners: An empirical analysis based on the theory of reasoned action. Chair for Controlling and Business Accounting at the Department of Business Administration and Economics, Justus Liebig University Giessen.
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Wolf, S, B E Weißenberger, E Barbara, Rüdiger Kabst, and M Wehner. Management Accountants as Business Partners: An Empirical Analysis Based on the Theory of Reasoned Action. Chair for Controlling and Business Accounting at the Department of Business Administration and Economics, Justus Liebig University Giessen., 2010.
S. Wolf, B. E. Weißenberger, E. Barbara, R. Kabst, and M. Wehner, Management accountants as business partners: An empirical analysis based on the theory of reasoned action. Chair for Controlling and Business Accounting at the Department of Business Administration and Economics, Justus Liebig University Giessen., 2010.
Wolf, S., et al. Management Accountants as Business Partners: An Empirical Analysis Based on the Theory of Reasoned Action. 2010.

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