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A Twenty-First Century Assessment of Values Across the Global Workforce

  • David Ralston


  • Carolyn Egri
  • Emmanuelle Reynaud
  • Narasimhan Srinivasan
  • Olivier Furrer
  • David Brock
  • Ruth Alas
  • Florian Wangenheim
  • Fidel Darder
  • Christine Kuo
  • Vojko Potocan
  • Audra Mockaitis
  • Erna Szabo
  • Jaime Gutiérrez
  • Andre Pekerti
  • Arif Butt
  • Ian Palmer
  • Irina Naoumova
  • Tomasz Lenartowicz
  • Arunas Starkus
  • Vu Hung
  • Tevfik Dalgic
  • Mario Molteni
  • María Garza Carranza
  • Isabelle Maignan
  • Francisco Castro
  • Yong-lin Moon
  • Jane Terpstra-Tong
  • Marina Dabic
  • Yongjuan Li
  • Wade Danis
  • Maria Kangasniemi
  • Mahfooz Ansari
  • Liesl Riddle
  • Laurie Milton
  • Philip Hallinger
  • Detelin Elenkov
  • Ilya Girson
  • Modesta Gelbuda
  • Prem Ramburuth
  • Tania Casado
  • Ana Rossi
  • Malika Richards
  • Cheryl Deusen
  • Ping-Ping Fu
  • Paulina Wan
  • Moureen Tang
  • Chay-Hoon Lee
  • Ho-Beng Chia
  • Yongquin Fan
  • Alan Wallace

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Article provided by Springer in its journal Journal of Business Ethics.

Volume (Year): 104 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
Pages: 1-31

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Handle: RePEc:kap:jbuset:v:104:y:2011:i:1:p:1-31
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