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Nicholls, C., & Ellement, G. (1997). Ellen Moore (A): Living and working in Korea (Case Study No. 9A97G029). London, Canada: Richard Ivey School of Business.

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Gordon, M. (2010). So you want to be a social entrepreneur: Starting out, scaling up and staying committed [Case study]. Retrieved from http://backup.oikos-international.org/fileadmin/oikos-international/international/Case_Collection/Free_cases/Gordon_Social_Entrepreneur_2010_free_case.pdf

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Peters, C., Thomas, J., Aponte, M., Connelly, R., & Judge, S. (2014). Media Arts Group and the case of channel conflict [Case study]. Retrieved from https://www.ebsco.com/products/research-databases/business-source-complete

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Peters, C., Thomas, J., Aponte, M., Connelly, R., & Judge, S. (2014). Media Arts Group and the case of channel conflict [Case study]. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.

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