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The open and the closed corporation as conflicting forms of organization

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GEBERT, Diether, Sabine BOERNER, 1999. The open and the closed corporation as conflicting forms of organization. In: Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 35(3), pp. 341-359. Available under: doi: 10.1177/0021886399353006

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