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Good citizens in a global economy. Individualism-collectivism and power distance as predictors of organizational citizenship behavior

  title={Good citizens in a global economy. Individualism-collectivism and power distance as predictors of organizational citizenship behavior},
  author={Elke Schmeling},
Acknowledgements ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First and foremost, I want to thank Professor Sabine Sonnentag for her superb supervision. Despite the many students that gathered in front of your office every Thursday afternoon, I felt that you managed extremely well to focus on each individual student and her or his concerns. Your way of making us students structure our work was extremely helpful for getting things done on time. This work would also not have been possible without the help of Mr. Milos Kana… Expand
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