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Items where Division is "Management" and Year is 2018

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Ayoobzadeh, Mostafa ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7817-1059 (2018) Leader Development Outcomes of Relational Mentoring for Mentors. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Burrows, Sarah (2018) Corporate governance antecedents of top management pay dispersion that undermines firm performance. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Chadwick, Ingrid and Dawson, Alexandra ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6310-6169 (2018) Women leaders and firm performance in family businesses: An examination of financial and nonfinancial outcomes. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 9 (4). pp. 238-249.


Dawson, Alexandra ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6310-6169 and Barrédy, Céline (2018) Private equity investment in family firms: The role of stake size and deal syndication. Venture Capital . ISSN 1369-1066


Gorji, Yasaman (2018) All In The Family: Three Studies on Kinship, Networks and Career Outcomes. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Hums, Florian (2018) Understanding Factors that Influence Identification as an Entrepreneur: On Behavioral Misalignments and Over-Identification. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Nehme, Celine (2018) Social Networks in the Internationalization Process of firms in Developing Countries. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Sadek, Jack (2018) Why so stressed? Effects of Challenge, Hindrance, and Threat Stress on Work Engagement. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Sharma, Shivaang (2018) Social Innovation: towards a process-based view. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Taher, Sahar (2018) Favourable Narcissistic Traits in CEOs across Cultures. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Wang, Zhe Ni (2018) Thriving at Work: A Multi-level and Longitudinal Investigation of Changes in Work Motivation and Employees’ Daily Well-being/Ill-being. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Zhu, Lin (2018) Waiting to Take the First Step? Procrastination Behaviors in the Role Transition from Worker to Manager. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

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