Informal economic relations and organizations: everyday organizational life in Soviet and post-Soviet economies

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Altman, Yochanan; Morrison, Claudio;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Emerald

Purpose\ud This paper aims to identify the role of informal economic relations in the day-to-day working of organizations, thereby opening a way to theorizing and informed practice. We will present and discuss about the manifestation of informality in ‘everyday’ reality... View more
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