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This empirical study identifies, examines, and compares the perceptions of HRMs in selected organizations in one developed country (the USA) and one less‐developed country (Jordan) toward arguments supporting nepotism. It also identifies, examines, and compares the perceptions of these HRMs...
Examines gender and ethnic occupational segregation in Israel, focusing on the interaction between gender and ethnicity. Uses data from the 1983 and 1961 Population and Housing Census, and two different indices to examine three issues: ethnic versus gender segregation; gender differences in...
Analysis of manpower demand is important not only at corporate level for corporate planning in human resource, but also at industry level for policy making in higher education. In this paper a regression model is built to estimate the industrial management (IM) manpower demanded by the...
Past studies on foreign corporate investment and wages hypothesize that by expanding into highly concentrated and highly capital intensive industries, foreign owners are better able to pay higher wages than their domestic counterparts. Our study tests this hypothesis by comparing the effects of...
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