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Boundary spanning and subordinate—leader trust: A tale of two acquisitions in a multicultural emerging economy

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  • Diana W.P. Kwok

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  • Diana W.P. Kwok, 2018. "Boundary spanning and subordinate—leader trust: A tale of two acquisitions in a multicultural emerging economy," Post-Print hal-01744451, HAL.
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