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Vol 24, No 3 (2017)


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Localizing Transformational Leadership: A Case of Indonesia PDF
Juliana Murniati,Hana Panggabean,Hora Tjitra
Reconstructing Indonesian Fiscal Policy for Sustainable National Electricity: A Quintuple Helix Perspective PDF
Maria R.U.D Tambunan
Impacts of Monitoring and Evaluation, Active Roles of Lecturers, Classroom Interaction, and Government Policy on Teaching Productivity PDF
Achmad Qurtubi
Relationships between Physical Working Environment Employee Well-being, and Employee Commitment in Hospital Management PDF
Nadia Nadia,Heri Fathurahman
Managerial Accountability in Health Right Fulfillments of the Physical Disabilities PDF
Zabella Intan Widhi Untari,Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni

Bisnis & Birokrasi: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi Print ISSN: 0854-3844 / Online ISSN: 2355-7826

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