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International Initial Public Offerings
"An initial public offering (IPO) is the process within which private firms offer their shares to the public by form of a new stock issuance for the first time. IPOs have strong economic significance and performance fluctuations, which affect both firms and public markets..." – By Christina Maria Muehr and Thomas Lindner
Perspectives on Help-Receiving in the Workplace: Review and Rocommendations
"Helping behaviors and exchanges have long been studied in organizational research. However, it has generally kept a spotlight on the helper and the promotion of helping behaviors rather than help-receiving. While giving help in the workplace is generally construed as a desirable employee behavior (e.g., organizational citizenship behaviors [OCB]), help-receiving in the workplace can be experienced positively and/or negatively..." – By Victoria S. Scotney, Cavan V. Bonner and Louis Tay
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