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Towards an attribute-based model of the conference attendance decision-making process

Thompson, K.J. and Mair, J.F. (2006) Towards an attribute-based model of the conference attendance decision-making process. In: Events and Festivals: Education, Impacts and Experiences. LSA, pp. 51-67. ISBN 1 905369 042

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Abstract

Paper presenting an attribute-based model of the conference attendance decision-making process.