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AIB InsightsVolume 18 Issue 2 (2018)

Table of Contents – Volume 18 Issue 2 (2018)

This Insights issue is titled "Power and MNEs, Modern Slavery in IB, Culture, Leadership and Entrepreneurship".

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Letter from the Editors
Daniel Rottig and John Mezias
Should Your IB Research Deal with Power?
John Child
Tackling Modern Slavery, the Ugliest Phenomenon of Our Times: An Invitation to the IB Scholarly Community
Snejina Michailova and Christina Stringer
GLOBE Leadership Dimensions: Implications for Cross-Country Entrepreneurship Research
Saurav Pathak and Etayankara Muralidharan
The Intersection of National Cultural Values and Organizational Cultures of Silence and Voice, and the Moderating Effect of Leadership
Rob Bogosian
Studying Modern Slavery: It Is Time for IB Scholarship to Contribute (Call for Papers)
Guest Editors: Snejina Michailova and Christina Stringer

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