Interacting role of perceived service orientation on work family conflict, fuel subsidy removal and tax compliance behaviour: Evidence from Nigerian SMEs

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Figure S1: Fluorescence decay of dyad 3 in MCH at 2000 bar (λ ex = 310 nm; λ det = 470 nm). For comparison, the excitation profile (---) is shown also.

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Ayuba, A., Saad, N., & Ariffin, Z. Z. (2015). Interacting role of perceived service orientation on work family conflict, fuel subsidy removal and tax compliance behaviour: Evidence from Nigerian SMEs. Asian Social Science, 11(28), 226–239. https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v11n28p226

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