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Success Factors for Innovations in Business Education

  • Stephen A. Stumpf
  • Debra A. Arvanites
  • James W. Klingler
  • James M. Glasgow
Part of the Herausforderungen an das Management book series (HERAUSMANAG, volume 12)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Stephen A. Stumpf
  • Debra A. Arvanites
  • James W. Klingler
  • James M. Glasgow

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