Conciliating Work and Family: A Catholic Social Teaching Perspective
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- Poelmans, Steven, 2001. "Qualitative study of work-family conflict in managerial couples, A. Are we overlooking some fundamental questions?," IESE Research Papers D/445, IESE Business School.
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