Hegemony and its discontents: A critical analysis of organizational knowledge transfer

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Mir, R.; Banerjee, S. B.; Miri, A.;

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to discuss the phenomenon of knowledge transfer within multinational corporations (MNCs), and how the imperatives of thought and action that constitute new knowledge are received in the terrain that constitutes the MNC subsidiary. ... View more
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