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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations: 21 by David Lewin,Paul J. Gollan

By David Lewin,Paul J. Gollan

Advances in commercial and exertions kin is a refereed examine quantity released every year or biannually. even though the sequence is designed to target business family members matters, volumes additionally specialize in varied disciplines, corresponding to economics, legislation, heritage, organizational habit, psychology, and sociology.

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