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Where do We Go From Here? New Perspectives on the Black Box in Strategic Human Resource Management Research

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  • Kaifeng Jiang
  • Riki Takeuchi
  • David P. Lepak

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  • Kaifeng Jiang & Riki Takeuchi & David P. Lepak, 2013. "Where do We Go From Here? New Perspectives on the Black Box in Strategic Human Resource Management Research," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 50(8), pages 1448-1480, December.
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