Relational accommodation in negotiation: Effects of egalitarianism and gender on economic efficiency and relational capital
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KeywordsNegotiation Egalitarianism Hierarchy Power distance Gender Relational self-construal Relational satisficing Organizational culture Relational capital Economic outcomes Joint value;
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