Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser? / Conway, Neil; Pekcan, Claire.

Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work. Edward Elgar, 2019.

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Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser? / Conway, Neil; Pekcan, Claire.

Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work. Edward Elgar, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Conway, N & Pekcan, C 2019, Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser? in Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work. Edward Elgar.

APA

Conway, N., & Pekcan, C. (Accepted/In press). Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser? In Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work Edward Elgar.

Vancouver

Conway N, Pekcan C. Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser? In Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work. Edward Elgar. 2019

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Conway, Neil ; Pekcan, Claire. / Psychological contract research: older, but is it wiser?. Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work. Edward Elgar, 2019.

BibTeX

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