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Putting Organizational Culture at the Heart of Industrial–Organizational Psychology's Research Agenda on Sustainability: Insights From Iberoamerica

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 January 2015

Jose M. Alcaraz*
Affiliation:
Barna Business School and IESE Business School (IRCO)
Edgar E. Kausel
Affiliation:
University of Chile
Carlos Colón
Affiliation:
Barna Business School
Marco Iván Escotto
Affiliation:
IPADE Business School
Isis Gutiérrez-Martínez
Affiliation:
Universidad de las Américas Puebla
Daniel Morales
Affiliation:
Barna Business School
Andrea Prado
Affiliation:
INCAE Business School
Esperanza Suárez-Ruz
Affiliation:
ESIC Business & Marketing School
Lourdes Susaeta
Affiliation:
IESE Business School
Fabián E. Vicencio
Affiliation:
University of Chile
*
E-mail: jmalcaraz@iese.edu, Address: Sant Gervasi de Cassoles 92, Sobreático 1. Barcelona 08022, Spain

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