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      A business frame perspective on why perceptions of top management's bottom‐line mentality result in employees’ good and bad behaviors

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      Personnel Psychology
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                Journal
                Personnel Psychology
                Personnel Psychology
                Wiley
                0031-5826
                1744-6570
                February 09 2020
                March 2020
                September 09 2019
                March 2020
                : 73
                : 1
                : 19-41
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Work, Organizational and Occupational Psychology Department KU Leuven Belgium
                [2 ]Leadership and Organizational Agility DepartmentUniversity Arab Emirates University
                [3 ]Human Resources Management DepartmentRutgers University New Brunswick New Jersey
                [4 ]Management and Organisation DepartmentUniversity of Western Australia Perth Western Australia Australia
                [5 ]Psychology DepartmentUniversity of Central Florida Orlando Florida
                [6 ]Management DepartmentOklahoma State University Stillwater Oklahoma
                [7 ]African Studies DepartmentBoston University Boston Massachusetts
                [8 ]Shandong University at Weihai Weihai Shi Shandong Sheng China
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                10.1111/peps.12355
                d826a1ab-b79b-41f6-8d04-056cc9070075
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