Commercial diplomats as corporate entrepreneurs: explaining role behaviour from an institutional perspective
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Keywordscommercial diplomacy; corporate entrepreneurship; role behaviour; informal institutionalism; proactivity; proactive behaviour; institutional perspectives; globalisation; foreign posts; diplomatic effectiveness; corporate behaviour; entrepreneurial behaviour; institutional theory; contextual factors; proactive intensity; informal institutions; diplomatic backgrounds; skills; diplomatic experience; cultural differences; working environments; economy.;
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