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Inventory inaccuracy in retail stores due to theft : An analysis of the benefits of RFID


in International Journal of Production Economics, 118 (1)

ISSN : 0925-5273

par Rekik, Yacine ; SAHIN, Evren ; DALLERY, Yves

20090301 - 189-198 P. | En anglais

Appartient à : «International Journal of Production Economics»

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