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A note on the persistence of residual income. / Landstrom, Joachim.

2010. 1-29 Paper presented at 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Landstrom, J 2010, 'A note on the persistence of residual income', Paper presented at 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association, Istanbul, Turkey, 19/05/10 - 21/05/10 pp. 1-29. <http://ssrn.com/abstract=1864804>

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Landstrom, J. (2010). A note on the persistence of residual income. 1-29. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association, Istanbul, Turkey. http://ssrn.com/abstract=1864804

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Landstrom J. A note on the persistence of residual income. 2010. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Landstrom, Joachim. / A note on the persistence of residual income. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association, Istanbul, Turkey.29 p.

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