SAM ADVANCED MANAGEMENT JOURNAL

Management and Social Justice? An Oxymoron or Inevitability

Latha Poonamallee

Citation: Poonamallee, L.,(2021). Management and social justice? An oxymoron or inevitability. SAM Advanced Management Journal, 86(1),3-5.

Abstract

An Editorial Introduction by SAM Advanced Management Journal Editor-in-Chief, Latha Poonamallee to the Special Issue on Managing for Social Justice.

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