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Faculté des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC)

Université de Lausanne

Translation: Business School
Translation: University of Lausanne
Location: Lausanne, Switzerland
Homepage: http://www.hec.unil.ch/
Postal: Internef, CH-1015 Lausanne
Handle: RePEc:edi:heclsch

Registered alumni from this institution

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Their author profiles
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  1. Beutler, Toni (2012)
  2. Bruchez, Pierre-Alain (2007)
  3. Coulibaly, Souleymane (2005)
  4. Cuche-Curti, Nicolas Alexis (2000)
  5. Furlanetto, Francesco (2006)
  6. Gardiol, Lucien (1995)
  7. Irmen, Andreas (1996)
  8. Isakov, Dusan (1995)
  9. Jaccard, Ivan (2006)
  10. Jametti, Mario (2004)
  11. Kolodziejczyk, Christophe (2004)
  12. Lamiraud, Karine (2004)
  13. Mathys, Nicole Andréa (2007)
  14. Mertens, Elmar (2007)
  15. Mihailov, Alexander (2004)
  16. Nilles, Delia (1992)
  17. Parchet, Raphaël (2012)
  18. Pirotte Speder, Hugues E. (1999)
  19. Puopolo, Giovanni Walter (2009)
  20. Ramos, Sofia Brito (2003)
  21. Strieborny, Martin (2010)


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