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Unpacking the Institutional Complexity in Adoption of CSR Practices in Multinational Enterprises

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  • Valentina Marano
  • Tatiana Kostova

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  • Valentina Marano & Tatiana Kostova, 2016. "Unpacking the Institutional Complexity in Adoption of CSR Practices in Multinational Enterprises," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 53(1), pages 28-54, January.
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