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The present study examined the relationship of job stress and TypeA behavior pattern with employees' job satisfaction, turnover intention, absence behavior, organizational commitment, psychosomatic health problems, and happiness in life. Data were collected by means of a structured questionnaire...
This study was based on Job Diagnostic Survey JDS results conducted in Saudi Arabia. The objective of this study was to evaluate motivating factors to determine whether employee productivity could be enhanced by a job redesign.
94 Australian business graduates completed measures of perceived socialization, tactics during their initial few months in their first job after graduation. Three years later in the same firms, they completed a measure of career satisfaction, and indicated how much their salary had grown and how...
This paper examines the effects of foreign debts on the economic performance of small countries. Fortyeight small countries, each with a population of approximately five million, have been desegregated according to their per capita income and geographical location. The groups in question include...
Debtequity swaps represent a new marketbased mechanism, by which debtor countries and creditor banks can defuse the acute problems associated with the international debt crisis. This paper describes, analyzes and evaluates debtequity swaps from the standpoint of the debtor country. It also...
Arafat and Rabin's famous handshake opened a new stage in the Middle East peace talks. Recent delays in the process have centered more around economic than political issues. Two main controversies revolve around means for distributing aid funds and the development of viable financial networks in...
This research examines factors that affect media selection decisions for foreign markets as perceived by advertising executives of U.S. multinational corporations. The main objective is to determine whether cultural factors play a significant role in the selection process. The study investigates...
This note reports the results of a survey sent to chief financial officers of the 250 largest U.S.based multinational types of exchange risk exposures concern CFOs and the techniques they use for hedging exchange rate risks.
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