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The Power Paradox: Implicit and Explicit Power Motives, and the Importance Attached to Prosocial Organizational Goals in SMEs

Bibliographic reference Hermans, Julie ; Slabbinck, Hendrik ; Vanderstraeten, Johanna ; Brassey, Jacqueline ; Dejardin, Marcus ; et. al. The Power Paradox: Implicit and Explicit Power Motives, and the Importance Attached to Prosocial Organizational Goals in SMEs. In: Sustainability, Vol. 9, no. 11, p. 1-26 (2017)
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