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A Consideration of International Differences in the Legal Context of Selection

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 January 2015

Eric M. Dunleavy*
Affiliation:
DCI Consulting Group
David B. Cohen
Affiliation:
DCI Consulting Group
Michael G. Aamodt
Affiliation:
Radford University and DCI Consulting Group
Patricia Schaeffer
Affiliation:
The Center for Corporate Equality
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E-mail: edunleavy@dciconsult.com, Address: DCI Consulting Group, 1920 I Street NW, Washington, DC

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