Voici une sélection d'articles sur le thème des "Systèmes de signalement des EIG par les professionnels".
Il faut noter que le pic de littérature sur ce sujet des obstacles à signaler date des années 2001 à 2004 avec un très net ralentissement après, car presque tout a été dit et n'a pas significativement changé.
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