Behavioral Models for Market Analysis: Foundations for Marketing Action

Nicosia, Franco, Wind, Yoram

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Nicosia, Franco, Wind, Yoram
DATE
1977
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9780030136160
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Nicosia, Franco is the author of 'Behavioral Models for Market Analysis: Foundations for Marketing Action', published 1977 under ISBN 9780030136160 and ISBN 0030136164.

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