The New Global Russian Business Leaders:: Lessons from a Decade of Transition
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KeywordsRussian Culture Russian National Character Entrepreneurship in Russia Russian Leadership Styles Human Resource Management in Russia Change and Decision-Making in Eastern Europe;
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