Congratulations to Carine!
Carine Farias, a 3rd-year Ph.D. student from EMLYON won the best doctoral paper award at APROS. APROS is the Asia-Pacific scholarly association for organization studies. Its 15th conference was held in Tokyo.
A fly in the soup: Communitarian ideals and political engagement over time
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