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  author={Naresh Khatri and Cheng Wen},
Cronyism is favouritism shown to associates without regard to their merit/qualifications. In “real” politics, the associated dangers and economic damages of cronyism were brought to surface by the recent Asian upheaval. What triggered our interest in the topic is whether cronyism is applicable to the organizational context. We believe that cronyism is quite prevalent in organizations. However, it is a neglected concept and has not received due attention from scholars. Thus, to better our… 
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