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The influence of the immediate manager on the avoidance of non-green behaviors in the workplace: a three-wave moderated-mediation model

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Bibliographic reference Paillé, Pascal ; Mejía Morelos, Jorge H. ; Raineri, Nicolas ; Stinglhamber, Florence. The influence of the immediate manager on the avoidance of non-green behaviors in the workplace: a three-wave moderated-mediation model. In: Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 155, no.3, p. 723-740 (2019)
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