Human needs as predictors for organizational commitment and job involvement: An exploratory empirical study.

Y.K. Park, C.I. Lee, R. Kabst, Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies. 19 (2008) 229–246.

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Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies.
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Park YK, Lee CI, Kabst R. Human needs as predictors for organizational commitment and job involvement: An exploratory empirical study. Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies. 2008;19(3):229-246.
Park, Y. K., Lee, C. I., & Kabst, R. (2008). Human needs as predictors for organizational commitment and job involvement: An exploratory empirical study. Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies., 19(3), 229–246.
@article{Park_Lee_Kabst_2008, title={Human needs as predictors for organizational commitment and job involvement: An exploratory empirical study.}, volume={19}, number={3}, journal={Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies.}, author={Park, Y K and Lee, C I and Kabst, Rüdiger}, year={2008}, pages={229–246} }
Park, Y K, C I Lee, and Rüdiger Kabst. “Human Needs as Predictors for Organizational Commitment and Job Involvement: An Exploratory Empirical Study.” Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies. 19, no. 3 (2008): 229–46.
Y. K. Park, C. I. Lee, and R. Kabst, “Human needs as predictors for organizational commitment and job involvement: An exploratory empirical study.,” Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies., vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 229–246, 2008.
Park, Y. K., et al. “Human Needs as Predictors for Organizational Commitment and Job Involvement: An Exploratory Empirical Study.” Management Revue: The International Review of Management Studies., vol. 19, no. 3, 2008, pp. 229–46.

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