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Journal of Management January Issue Now Online

December 26, 2012 771

JOM_v38_72ppiRGB_150pixWThe Journal of Management’s January 2013 review issue is now online, and we invite you to enjoy free access to all articles through January 31st. The issue’s offerings include the following articles and much more:

Resource-Based and Institutional Perspectives on Export Channel Selection and Export Performance

Change Readiness: A Multilevel Review

The Delivery of Bad News in Organizations: A Framework for Analysis

Employee Justice Across Cultures: A Meta-Analytic Review

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