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Risk management: Its adoption in Australian public universities within an environment of change management—a management perspective.

Bibliographic reference Christopher, Joe ; Sarens, Gerrit. Risk management: Its adoption in Australian public universities within an environment of change management—a management perspective.. In: Australian Accounting Review, (2015)
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