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H. Fenwick Huss

J. Mack Robinson College of Business


Georgia State University


Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Phone: 404-413-7009

Fax: 404-413-7039

hfhuss@gsu.edu



ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP
2004 – present

Dean, J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University

As one of the largest business school in the U.S., with approximately 200 full-time faculty, the Robinson College offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate programs to approximately 8,000 students. The College’s part-time MBA is ranked among the best by BusinessWeek and U.S. News & World Report and the Executive MBA is on the Financial Times list of the world's best EMBA programs. The College’s programs in Risk Management, Computer Information Systems, Real Estate, and Health Administration are nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report. The College has been accredited by AACSB International since 1960.

Among the accomplishments as dean:



  • Launched new premium graduate programs:

    • Global Partners MBA program, a full-time program in which students study on four continents (North America, South America, Europe and Asia). Partner institutions include COPPEAD Graduate School of Business, Brazil and Paris Institut d'Administration des Entreprises, France (Sorbonne University). The program was recognized by the Aspen Institute as among the top 100 business schools worldwide for leadership in integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its MBA.

    • Executive Doctorate in Business, program for senior level executives to advance the development and practice of effective organizational leadership. The program is the only one of its kind in the Southeast and one of few worldwide.

    • Professional MBA program: a cohort program for high potential professionals with significant work experience.

    • Executive Master of Science programs in the Management of Information Technology, Marketing and Finance, and

    • Fast-Track Master’s Programs in Professional Accountancy, Taxation, and Marketing.

  • Revenue from premium degree programs (EDB, EMBA, PMBA, GPMBA, and Fast-track Master’s) grew from $2.8 million in FY07 to $18.5 million in FY12.

  • Non-degree executive education revenue grew from $261K in FY07 to $1.5 million in FY12.

  • New Facilities:

    • Opened four new facilities for delivery of executive and premium programs around the Atlanta metro area: Brookhaven, Henry County, Peachtree-Dunwoody, and Buckhead.

    • Opened new building at existing Alpharetta location. New space has state-of-the-art technology, including TelePresence videoconferencing in Buckhead and Alpharetta locations.

  • Launched the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and the CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research). The World Affairs Council of Atlanta provides a forum for dialogue, an engine for research and ideas on international affairs and global issues. CIBER focuses on improving competitiveness and providing services and programs that help businesses in the United States succeed in global markets. These two initiatives were recognized by the Governor’s 2010 International Award for contributing to the globalization of the state. The College also participated in the launch of the Confucius Institute (CI), the first CI focused on business.

  • Expanded development activities in the college to support faculty and students, including securing $10 million gift (anonymous).

  • Recruited twenty-five new members to the College’s Board of Advisors, focusing on CEOs and successful entrepreneurs.

  • Set priorities during difficult budget periods to assure expanded funding for faculty hiring and support for faculty and doctoral student research, despite budget cuts in other areas. These efforts have helped the faculty to remain among the most productive in the nation in research.

  • Launched new interdisciplinary research centers: Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk, Center for Excellence in Brand and Customer Management, Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, Center for Global Business Leadership, Center for Business Development in Transitional Economies.

  • Led Vision 2010: strategic plan for the next decade with active involvement of faculty, alumni, and Board of Advisors.



Other administrative experience:
Associate Dean of the College (1998- 2004)
Director of the School of Accountancy (1996-1998).
In addition to my administrative duties in faculty and resource management, my academic responsibilities as Associate Dean included the undergraduate, doctoral, research, and international programs. Undergraduate program enhancements achieved through the efforts of college and departmental leadership included: approval of new Undergraduate Honors program, development of numerous Business Learning Communities, increased student quality and program core revisions resulting in enhanced student performance on benchmarking exams. While Director of the School of Accountancy, the School initiated one of the first assessment programs in the College, revised curricula, and expanded its external relationships, including recruiters, Controller RoundTable members, and donors.
EDUCATION
1982 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE-KNOXVILLE

Doctor of Business Administration (Accounting)

1975 UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT-STORRS

Master of Arts (Economics)

1972 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-CHAPEL HILL

Bachelor of Arts (Economics)



PROFESSORIAL AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

1989- GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY

1994- Professor of Accountancy

1989-1994 Associate Professor of Accountancy

1983-1989 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-COLLEGE PARK

Assistant Professor of Accounting

1979-1982 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE-KNOXVILLE

Graduate Teaching Assistant

1978-1979 BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE

Belmont, North Carolina

Adjunct Lecturer in Economics
1976-1979 GASTON COLLEGE

Dallas, North Carolina

Lecturer in Business Department

1974-1975 FAMILY DOLLAR STORES, INC.

Charlotte, North Carolina
CERTIFICATION
Certified Public Accountant (Maryland)
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Delivered lectures on financial reporting and auditing and conducted seminars for the Ministry of Aviation and Space, People's Republic of China, Summer 1987 and Ministry of Finance, 1995.

Delivered lectures on Western financial accounting to students and faculty at the Moscow Cooperative Institute and Moscow State University, Russia, August, 1992.

Co-Director, Georgia State University-Moscow University of Consumer Cooperatives Partnership, funded by Eurasia Foundation, 1993-94

Vice Chair, Committee on Restructuring, Odessa State Polytechnic University, Odessa, Ukraine, 1998.

Lecturer, GSU-University of Cocody Linkage (USIA funded), Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, 1998,

Lecturer, GSU-Republic of Georgia Partnership (USIA and Eurasia Foundation funded) to develop business management programs at Tbilisi State University and Georgia Technical University, 1998, 1999

Visiting Professor(part-time), Universitie de Paris I (Sorbonne), 1998 - 2002

Project Director, Georgia State University and University of Venda (South Africa) Capacity Building Partnership, U. S. Agency for International Development, $460,000 (2000-2002).

Co-project Director, Program to Establish the Ronald Brown Institute for Sub-Saharan Africa, U. S. Agency for International Development, $5,000,000 (2000-2004) and currently serve on the Board of Directors of the Institute.

Project Director, Ghana Tourism Capacity Development Initiative, U. S. Agency for International Development, $ 4,900,000 (2003-2004).

Project Director, Alexandria Institute of Technology Capacity Building, U. S. Agency for International Development, $ 750,000 (2003-2004).

Project Director, Cairo University Capacity Building: Faculty of Commerce, U. S. Agency for International Development, $400,000 (2007 - )

Project Advisor, Alexandria University Executive MBA Program Development, U.S. Agency for International Development, $1,500,000 (2008 - )



PUBLICATIONS: REFEREED SCHOLARLY

H. F. Huss, "A Contingency Approach to Accounting for Income Taxes," Journal of Accounting, Auditing, and Finance, Volume 9, No. 1, (Fall, 1985): 60-66.


R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "Prediction in the Presence of Imperfect Inspections," Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, Volume 14, No. 2, (1985): 425-440.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Recent Extensions of the Misappropriation Theory as Applied to Section 10b of the Securities Act of 1934: Implications for the Future," Selected Papers of the American Business Law Association Regional Proceedings, Volume 12, (1985): 71-85.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Regulation of Insider Trading: A Comparison of the U. S. and U. K. Approaches," Selected Papers of the American Business Law Association Regional Proceedings, Volume 13, (1986): 51-64.
H. F. Huss and R. Trader, "A Note on Optimal Sample Sizes in Compliance Testing Using a Formal Bayesian Decision-Theoretic Approach with Finite and Infinite Populations," Journal of Accounting Research, Volume 24, No. 2, (Autumn 1986): 394-399.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Insider Trading Regulations: A Comparison of Judicial and Statutory Sanctions," American Business Law Journal, Volume 25, No. 2, (Summer 1987): 301-322.
R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "An Investigation of the Possible Effects of Non-Sampling Error on Inference in Auditing: A Bayesian Analysis," Contemporary Accounting Research, Volume 4, No. 1, (Fall 1987): 227-239.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "The Broadened Scope of Rule 10b-5: Analysis and Implications for Participants in the Securities Markets," Business and Society, Volume 27, No. 1, (Spring 1988): 1-6.
R. Paetzold and H. F. Huss, "Bernoulli Processes Interrelated by Constraint," Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, Volume 17, No. 5, (1988): 1377-1383.

H. F. Huss and R. Paetzold, "Bayesian Statistical Methods: Researching Auditing Applications," Aeronautical Statistics, No. 4, 1988, (translated by Wu Yi-ting, People's Republic of China): 49-52.


H. F. Huss and J. Zhao, "An Investigation of Alternative Treatments of Deferred Taxes on Bond Raters' Judgments," Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, New Series, (Winter 1991): 53-68.
H. F. Huss and J. Zhao, "A Practical Adaptation of an Investigation of Alternative Treatments of Deferred Taxes on Bond Raters' Judgments," Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, New Series, (Winter 1991): 69-73.
H. F. Huss, "Legal Liability: Exploring Instrumental Reasoning in the Judicial Evolution of the Auditor's Duty," Critical Perspectives on Accounting, (June 1991): 171-183.
H. F. Huss and F. A. Jacobs, "Audit Risk Containment: Exploring Auditor Decisions in the Engagement Process," Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, (Fall 1991): 16-32.
G. M. Winkle, H. F. Huss, and Q. Tang, "Accounting Education in the People's Republic of China: An Update," Issues in Accounting Education, (Fall 1992): 179-192.
H. F. Huss, R. Paetzold, and A. F. Borthick, "The Fraud-on-the-Market Theory: Its Legal Evolution and Implications for Auditing," Advances in Public Interest Accounting, (1993): 145-157.
H. F. Huss and D. M. Patterson, "Ethics in Accounting: Values Education Without Indoctrination," Journal of Business Ethics, (1993): 67-75.
R. A. Paetzold and H. F. Huss, "A Legal Analysis of Standards of Care for Accountants and other Professionals: Insights for Self Regulation and Standard Setting," Research in Accounting Regulation, Volume 7, (1993): 61-80.
G. M. Winkle, H. F. Huss, C. Xi-Zhu, "Accounting Standards in the People's Republic of China: Responding to Economic Reforms," Accounting Horizons, (September 1994): 48-57.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "Temporal Changes in Bankruptcy-Related Reporting" Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, (Fall 1995): 133-143..
J. Carcello, D. Hermanson, H. F. Huss, "The Relation between Audit Structure and Public Responsibility: Audit Firms' Propensity to Qualify Bankruptcy-Related Opinions," Research on Accounting Ethics, Volume 1 (1995): 21-42.
E. Griner and H. F. Huss, "Firm Size, Insider Ownership and Accounting-Based Debt Covenants," Journal of Applied Business Research, (Fall 1995): 1 - 8.
J. V. Carcello, D. R. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss “Inappropriate Audit Partner Behavior: Views of Partners and Senior Managers,” Behavioral Research in Accounting, Supplement (1996): 245-268.
J. V. Carcello, D. R. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss. “The Effect of SAS No. 59: How Treatment of the Transition Period Influences Results,” Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, (Spring 1997): 114 - 123.
J. V. Carcello, D. R. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss. “Going-Concern Opinions: The Effects of Partner Compensation Plans and Client Size,” Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, (Spring 2000): 67 - 78.
H. F. Huss, F. A. Jacobs, D. M. Patterson, and M. Park, “An Integrative Model of Risk Management in Auditing,” American Business Review, Vol. 18, No. 2, (June 2000): 113-122.
K. A. Dunn and H. F. Huss, “Mail Survey Reliability through Follow-up Mailings: The Case of Auditor Change,” Managerial Auditing Journal, (Vol 19, No. 8, 2004): 1048-1054.


PUBLICATIONS: REFEREED PRACTITIONER
H. F. Huss, F. A. Jacobs, and D. M. Patterson, "Managing Risk in Public Accounting Firms," Risk Management, (September 1993): 51-60.
E. R. Larkins and H. F. Huss, "Russia's Transition to a Market Economy: Opportunities for Southeastern Businesses" Delta Business Review, (Fall/Winter 1994): 29-35.
E. R. Larkins and H. F. Huss, "Establishing Trade Relations in Russia: Identifying Opportunities and Managing Uncertainties," CPA Journal, (August 1995): 26-31.

PUBLICATIONS: NON-REFEREED AND OTHER
R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "Sensitivity of Optimal Decisions to Choice of Auditor's Prior Distributions," Proceedings of the Business and Economics Section, American Statistical Association, reviewed proceedings, (1984): 692-696.
INVITED TRANSLATIONS
The following articles, translated by Professors Wu Yi-ting and Hsiao Ming, were reprinted in Aeronautical Statistics in the People’s Republic of China:
H. F. Huss and R. Trader, "A Note on Optimal Sample Sizes in Compliance Testing Using a Formal Bayesian Decision-Theoretic Approach with Finite and Infinite Populations," (originally published in the Journal of Accounting Research).
R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "An Investigation of the Possible Effects of Non-Sampling Error on Inference in Auditing: A Bayesian Analysis" (originally published in Contemporary Accounting Research).
ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "Sensitivity of Optimal Decisions to Choice of Auditors' Prior Distribution," presented at the annual meeting of the American Statistical Association, Philadelphia, 1984.
R. Trader and H. F. Huss, "The Effects of Auditing Errors on the Evaluation of Internal Control," presented at the TIMS/ORSA, San Francisco, 1984.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Recent Extensions of the Misappropriation Theory as Applied to Section 10b of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934: Implications for the Future," presented at the Southeastern Regional Business Law Association Meeting, Atlanta, 1985.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Regulation of Insider Trading: A Comparison of the U. S. and U. K. Approaches," presented at the Southeastern Regional Business Law Association Meeting, Atlanta, 1986.
H. F. Huss and S. E. Loeb, "Auditor Changes: Exploring Reasons and Disclosures," invited presentation on current research topics at the Accounting Research Seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1988.
H. F. Huss, "A Legal Analysis of Standards of Care for Accountants and Other Professionals: Insights for Self Regulation and Standard Setting," presented at the Northeast Regional American Accounting Association meeting, New York, 1990.
H.F. Huss, "Legal Liability: Exploring Instrumental Reasoning and the Evolution of the Auditor's Duty," presented at the Critical Perspectives on Auditing Symposium, New York, 1990.
H. F. Huss, Ramona Paetzold, and Faye Borthick, "The Fraud-on-the-Market Theory: Its Legal Evolution and Implications for Auditing," presented at the Critical Perspective on Accounting Symposium, New York, 1991.
H. F. Huss and Denise Patterson, "Ethics In Accounting: Values Education without Indoctrination," presented at the Southeastern American Accounting Association meeting, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991.
H. F. Huss and G. M. Winkle, "American and Soviet Accounting Education Systems: Responding to Global Economic Changes," presented at the Jubilee Conference at the Moscow Co-operative Institute, Moscow, Russia, December, 1991.
H. F. Huss, F. A. Jacobs, M. Park, "Toward a Model of Risk Management in Auditing," presented at the Southeast American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium, Charlotte, N.C., April, 1992.
H. F. Huss, F. A. Jacobs, M. Park, "Toward a Model of Risk Management in Auditing," presented at the Culverhouse School of Accounting Research Workshop, University of Alabama, October, 1992.
H. F. Huss and B. A. Leete, "Using Evolving Legal Theories in Securities Markets Law to Develop an `Expectations Based' Framework for Accounting Regulation," presented at Critical Perspectives on Accounting Symposium, New York, 1993.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "Has Audit Quality Declined During the Last Decade," presented at Critical Perspectives on Accounting Symposium, New York, 1993.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "The Relation between Audit Structure and Audit Quality: Audit Firms' Propensity to Qualify Bankruptcy-Related Opinions," presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1993.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "The Relation between Audit Structure and Public Responsibility: Audit Firms' Propensity to Qualify Bankruptcy-related Opinions, presented at the First Ernst and Young Research on Accounting Ethics Symposium, Binghamton, New York, 1994.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "Temporal Changes in Bankruptcy-Related Reporting," Georgia Summer Accounting Research Colloquium, 1994.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "Temporal Changes in Bankruptcy-Related Reporting," presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, New York, 1994.
J. V. Carcello, D. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, "Temporal Changes in Bankruptcy-Related Reporting" presented at the Mid-Year Meeting of the Auditing Section, American Accounting Association, 1995.
H. F. Huss and J. Vijayakumar, "An Empirical Analysis of Client Retentions and Realignments Consequent to Accounting Firm Mergers," presented at the presented at the Second Swedish Accounting Colloquium, Umeå, Sweden, 1995.
G. Iyer, C. Lee and H. F. Huss, "The Relation between Modified Audit Opinions and Tenure of the Auditor: An Empirical Investigation," presented at Southeast Meeting, American Accounting Association, 1995.
F. A. Jacobs, K. A. Dunn, J. A. Pifko, and H. F. Huss, “The Effect of Estimating Damages in Rule 10b-5 Cases on Establishing Liability” presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, 1995.
J. V. Carcello, D. R. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss “Inappropriate Audit Partner Behavior: Views of Partners and Senior Managers,” presented at the Second Annual ABO Research Conference, 1995.
H. F. Huss and G. M. Winkle, “Accounting Information for Project Management in Developing Countries,” First International Project Management Symposium, Xi’an, People’s Republic of China, 1995.
H. F. Huss, F. A. Jacobs, M. Park, D. Patterson, "Toward a Model of Risk Management in Auditing.” presented at Asia Pacific International Accounting Conference, Vancouver, 1996.
J. V. Carcello, D. R. Hermanson, and H. F. Huss, “Going-Concern Opinions: The Effects of Partner Compensation Plans and Client Size,” presented at American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, 1997.

SUPERVISION OF DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS

Chair, Kimberley Dunn, “The Effect of Board Structure on the Usefulness of Accounting Information.”

Chair, Denise M. Patterson, "A Model of Ethical/Unethical Decision Making by Certified Public Accountants."

Member, Joseph Carcello, "A Comparative Study of Audit Quality Among the Big-Eight Accounting Firms."

Member, Gregory Carnes, "An Investigation of the Relationship Between Tax Incentives and Financial Reporting Policy."

Member, Jeong-Jae Kim, "Price and Volume Reaction to the Announcement of Qualified Audit Opinions."

Reader, Ananth Seetharaman, "An Empirical Validation of Some Extant Measures of Vertical and Horizontal Equity."

Member, Hojoong Kim, "An Investigation into Factors Determining Cash Flows/Stock Returns Relationship."

Member, Yong-Gyo Lee, "Market Responses to the Disclosures of Leveraged Buyouts: A Study of the Information Transfer Effects."

Member, Claire Latham, "An Empirical Investigation of Monitoring and Incentive Effects in Section 10b-5 Violations."

Member, Yanghon Chung, "An Investigation into Effects of Technology and Customer Feedback on Cost/Quality Decisions: A Simulation Approach."
EDITORIAL BOARDS
Member of the Editorial Board of The Accounting Review (Education Research Section), 1983-1985.
Member of the Editorial Board of Advances in Accounting (Auditing and Education Research), 1986-89.
Member of the Editorial Board of Southern Business Review 1994 -.1997)
OTHER REVIEWING
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
American Journal of Mathematical and Management Sciences

Critical Perspectives on Accounting
Advances in Public Interest Accounting
Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory
Journal of Information Systems
Journal of Accounting Research
Manuscript reviewer for Prentice-Hall, Random House, John Wiley &

Sons, and Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.


American Accounting Association National and Regional Meetings.
SERVICE
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Member, American Accounting Association, 1982-present.


Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 1983-present.
Member, Beta Gamma Sigma, 1982-present and local Chapter President, 1987-1989.
Member, Beta Alpha Psi, 1979-present.
Member, Phi Kappa Phi, 1982-present.
Member, Phi Beta Delta International Scholars
Member, Financial Executives Institute, Atlanta Chapter, 1996 - .
Chair, Academic Relations Committee, Atlanta Chapter of Financial Executives Institute, 1998-2000.
AACSB International:

  • 2004-present: Frequent presenter Deans Conference and National Meeting

  • 2005-2006: Peace Through Commerce Task Force

  • 2005-present: Co-Chair of MBA for Working Professionals Affinity Group

  • 2006-present: Numerous Peer Review Teams

  • 2009 – present: Mentor to two international candidate schools

  • 2006-2008: Maintenance of Accreditation Committee (reviews all site team reports and decides accreditation outcomes)

Numerous professional presentations to community, professional and business associations.
EXAMPLES OF GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Co-director, The Program for Applied Accounting Research, 1991-6.
Chair, School of Accountancy Faculty Recruiting Committee, 1993 -1996; member, 1990- 1993.
Member, School of Accountancy Program Study Committee, 1992-1994.
Member, School of Accountancy Ph.D. Admissions Committee, 1990 - .1996.
Member, School of Accountancy Planning Committee, 1995 - .
Member, School of Accountancy Director Search Committee, 1994-1995.
Member, Graduate Program Council, College of Business Administration, 1990-1993.
Member, Search Committee for Position of Academic Associate Provost, 1995.
Member, University Senate Committee to Evaluate the Georgia State University President, 1995.
Member, University Senate, Academic Programs and Continuing Education (APACE) committee, Faculty Affairs Committee, Graduate Council.
Chair, University Graduate Council, 1995- 97.
Member, University Senate Executive Committee, 1995 -1996. .
Member, GSU Task Force on Semester Conversion, 1995.
GSU representative (along with Associate Provost) to the University System Administrative Committee on Graduate Work, 1995 - 97.
Chair, University Senate Budget Committee, 1998 - 2004.
Member, Fiscal Advisory Committee to the President, 1998 – 2004 and 2006 – 2007.

Member, Presidential Search Committee, 2008.


COMMUNITY SERVICE (paid)
Board of Directors, ADTRAN, Inc., Chair, Audit Committee; Member, Nominating and Governance and Compensation Committees.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Accounting Association
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International
Society of International Business Fellows
Buckhead Rotary Club,

COMMUNITY SERVICE (volunteer)
Board of Directors, Georgia-China Alliance (2004 - )
Chair, Lutheran Community Food Ministry (LCFM) Board, 1990 - 1993.

Chair, Finance Board, Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 1995 – 1997; 2004 - 2008.


President, Church Council and Congregation, Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 1998, 1999.
Member of Executive Committee, Church Council, Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 2002-2004, 2007.


REFERENCES

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