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The Integration of Behavioural Change Models in Social Marketing Programs in Public Health

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Colour in Online Advertising: Going for Trust, Which Blue is a Must?

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Students’ Total Experience within a Romanian Public University

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The Informational Support in Educational Marketing Decision-Making Process in the Republic of Moldova

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Internationalization of Japanese Business Groups – Literature Review

relevance for developing and transforming economies (Book Review) - by Rajan, R.G., Journal of Economic Literature, 34(3), pp. 1363-1365. [5] Belderbos, R. A. and Heijltjes, M. G. (2005). The determinants of expatriate staffing by Japanese multinationals in Asia: Control, learning and vertical business groups, Journal of International Business Studies, 36(3), pp. 341-354. [6] Belderbos, R., Ito, B. and Wakasugi, R. (2008). Intra-firm technology transfer and R&D in foreign affiliates: Substitutes or complements? Evidence from Japanese

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Inspire to Hire and Win the War for Talents

bridges. The Academy of Management Review, 25(1), pp.13-17. [5] Alexe, A (2017). Retention of valuable employees, the main HR challenge in 2017. Business Review, 11 December. [online]. Available at: < http://business-review.eu/news/retention-of-valuable-employees-themain-hr-challenge-in-2017-154275 > [Accessed 5 August 2018]. [6] Alias, N.E., Noor, N. and Hassan, R. (2014). Examining the mediating effect of employee engagement on the relationship between talent management practices and employee retention in the Information and Technology

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