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Service professions in corporate settings: The implications for autonomy, public interest and trust
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  • John Duff, Edith Cowan University
  • Ann-Claire Larsen, Edith Cowan University
Publication Date
1-1-2003
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publisher
RMIT Publishing
Editor(s)
L. Briskman, & M. Muetzelfeldt
Faculty
Business and Public Management
School
Justice and Business Law
RAS ID
1542
Comments

Originally published as: Duff, J. & Larson, A. (2003) Service professions in corporate settings: The implications for autonomy, public interest and trust. In L. Briskman, & M. Muetzelfeldt. (Eds.) Moving beyond managerialism in human services. (pp. 49-62). Melbourne: RMIT Publishing. Original chapter available here.

ISBN 0864592981

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Citation Information
John Duff and Ann-Claire Larsen. "Service professions in corporate settings: The implications for autonomy, public interest and trust" Melbourne(2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ann-claire_larsen/10/