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Interface of Organisational Ageing and Organisational Ecology Theory

Published Online: 10 Nov 2022
Volume & Issue: Volume 45 (2022) - Issue 3 (October 2022)
Page range: 57 - 70
Journal Details
First Published
30 Mar 2015
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4 times per year

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