The relationship between high-commitment HRM and knowledge-sharing behavior and its mediators
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KeywordsHuman resource management; Perceived organizational support; Organizational commitment; Organizational trust; Social exchange theory; Social identity theory; Knowledge management; Job commitment; Taiwan;
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