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Human resource management and performance: A neural network analysis

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  • Stavrou, Eleni T.
  • Charalambous, Christakis
  • Spiliotis, Stelios

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  • Stavrou, Eleni T. & Charalambous, Christakis & Spiliotis, Stelios, 2007. "Human resource management and performance: A neural network analysis," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 181(1), pages 453-467, August.
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