The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment.

R. Isidor, C. Schwens, F. Hornung, R. Kabst, International Business Review (IBR). (2018).

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Isidor R, Schwens C, Hornung F, Kabst R. The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment. International Business Review (IBR). 2018.
Isidor, R., Schwens, C., Hornung, F., & Kabst, R. (2018). The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment. International Business Review (IBR).
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Isidor, R, C Schwens, F Hornung, and Rüdiger Kabst. “The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment.” International Business Review (IBR)., 2018.
R. Isidor, C. Schwens, F. Hornung, and R. Kabst, “The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment.,” International Business Review (IBR)., 2018.
Isidor, R., et al. “The Impact of Structural and Attitudinal Antecedents on the Instability of International Joint Ventures: The Mediating Role of Asymmetrical Changes in Commitment.” International Business Review (IBR)., 2018.

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