Photocopy of: Journal of management studies, vol. 26, no. 6,(1989), pp.606-619.
|Other titles||Journal of management studies.|
|Statement||Stephen Ackroyd, John A. Hughes, Keith Soothill.|
|Contributions||Hughes, John A. 1941-, Soothill, Keith.|
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