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Do e-auctions increase the risk of bid-rigging?

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Do e-auctions increase the risk of bid-rigging? / Giosa, Pinelopi.

35. ed. University of East Anglia, 2018. p. 5-7 (Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) Research Bulletin).

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Giosa P. Do e-auctions increase the risk of bid-rigging? 35 ed. University of East Anglia. 2018 Mar 1, p. 5-7. (Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) Research Bulletin).

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Giosa, Pinelopi. / Do e-auctions increase the risk of bid-rigging?. 35. ed. University of East Anglia, 2018. pp. 5-7 (Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) Research Bulletin).

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