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Path-goal Analysis Historic Context for Path-goal Theory

@inproceedings{Knight2011PathgoalAH,
  title={Path-goal Analysis Historic Context for Path-goal Theory},
  author={Andrew P. Knight and G. S. Shteynberg and Paul J. Hanges and Path-Goal},
  year={2011}
}
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