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A contingency view of numerical flexibility the case of Spanish SMEs by Josefa Ruiz-Mercader

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Published by Business School in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementJ. Ruiz-Mercarder, C. Ruiz-Santos and F. McDonald.
SeriesWorking paper series online / Manchester Business School -- WP01/20, Working papers series online (Manchester Business School) -- WP01/20.
ContributionsRuiz-Santos, C., McDonald, F., Manchester Metropolitan University. Business School.
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Open LibraryOL18957216M

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