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Culture Matters: A Perspective Advancing Cross-Cultural and Indigenous Research

  • Chi Yue Chiu (a1)
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This special issue is devoted to celebrating and extending the scholarship of Kwok Leung, who passed away on May 25, 2015. Management and Organization Review is grateful to Michael W. Morris, Zhen Xiong (George) Chen, Lorna Doucet, and Yaping Gong for their thoughtful, instrumental effort in the publication of this special issue.

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