Modelling as a Management Tool

Fach, Bettina A
Salihoğlu, Barış
Arkın, Şadi Sinan
Akoğlu, Ekin
Güraslan, Ceren


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Citation Formats
B. A. Fach, B. Salihoğlu, Ş. S. Arkın, E. Akoğlu, and C. Güraslan, Modelling as a Management Tool. 2017, p. 475.