European Research Journal of Management and Business Economics

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Vol. 5 No. 4-6 (2020)
Published October 22, 2021

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Tim M. Clark, Sam H. Burlki
The breakdown of sensemaking at Yarnell Hill: the enacting effects of endogenous ecological chaos
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Ami Ali Saquika
Modifiers of the effects of telework on work-family conflict and worker performance
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Martinez Hendrio
The practical consequences of workplace ostracism: Toward a theoretical model
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Sasami Kotozamar
Relationships between structural social capital, ability to identify knowledge, and acquisition of external knowledge
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Antonie P. Guardian
Determinants of corporate financial success in the Indian manufacturing industry in relation to board features of corporate governance: An empirical study
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Lione Patisdinho
Intrapreneurial competencies: scale development and validation
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Phuoc Van Nguyen, Nguyen Trong Hoang
Evaluation of supply chain performance: A methodology based on exchange information
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