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California Management Review is published quarterly in partnership with SAGE Journals. All published articles are available for purchase through SAGE Business Publishing or Harvard Business School Publishing. If you are affiliated with an academic institution, you access CMR through your university library. If you would like to order CMR content for classroom use, please consider Harvard Business Publishing, Study.net, or University Readers. To republish in a different publication, please consult our guidelines on copyright permissions.


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California Management Review

Berkeley-Haas's Premier Management Journal

Published at the University of California for more than sixty years, California Management Review seeks to share knowledge that challenges convention and shows a better way of doing business.

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