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' 초국적기업의 내부조직망을 통해 본 세계도시 네트워크의 진화와 도시의 네트워크 위치성, 2006-2013 = The Evolution of World City Networks and the Positionality of Cities: An Analysis on the Intra-firm Relations of Transnational Corporations, 2006-2013' 의 주제별 논문영향력
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