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ВЛИЯНИЕ СТРУКТУРЫ УПРАВЛЕНИЯ И КОМПЕНСАЦИИ НА ФИНАНСОВЫЕ РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ КАЗАХСТАНСКИХ КОМПАНИЙ

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Об авторах

А. Оразаева
Университет КИМЭП
Казахстан
Алматы


М. Арслан
Университет КИМЭП
Казахстан
Алматы


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Оразаева А., Арслан М. ВЛИЯНИЕ СТРУКТУРЫ УПРАВЛЕНИЯ И КОМПЕНСАЦИИ НА ФИНАНСОВЫЕ РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ КАЗАХСТАНСКИХ КОМПАНИЙ. Central Asian Economic Review. 2020;(5):86-105.

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Orazayeva A., Arslan M. IMPACT OF THE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE AND COMPENSATION ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF KAZAKHSTANI COMPANIES. Central Asian Economic Review. 2020;(5):86-105.

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