Cultural differences as an explanatory variable for adversarial attitudes in the construction industry: the case of Hong Kong
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- M. M. M. Teo & M. Loosemore, 2001. "A theory of waste behaviour in the construction industry," Construction Management and Economics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 19(7), pages 741-751.
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KeywordsSocial identity theory; individualism; collectivism; inter-organizational cooperation; partnering; construction performance;
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