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Passive, Aggressive or Creative? : Adjustment Strategies of Companies Affected by Sanctions

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STĘPIEŃ, Beata, Patrick M. WEBER, 2019. Passive, Aggressive or Creative? : Adjustment Strategies of Companies Affected by Sanctions. In: VAN TULDER, Rob, ed., Alain VERBEKE, ed., Barbara JANKOWSKA, ed.. International Business in a VUCA World : The Changing Role of States and Firms. Bingley:Emerald Publishing, pp. 131-156. ISBN 978-1-83867-256-0. Available under: doi: 10.1108/S1745-886220190000014009

@incollection{Stepien2019Passi-48278, title={Passive, Aggressive or Creative? : Adjustment Strategies of Companies Affected by Sanctions}, year={2019}, doi={10.1108/S1745-886220190000014009}, number={14}, isbn={978-1-83867-256-0}, address={Bingley}, publisher={Emerald Publishing}, series={Progress in International Business Research}, booktitle={International Business in a VUCA World : The Changing Role of States and Firms}, pages={131--156}, editor={Van Tulder, Rob and Verbeke, Alain and Jankowska, Barbara}, author={Stępień, Beata and Weber, Patrick M.} }

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