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The controlled process of economic reform in China has attracted growing attention from around the world due to its significance for theory and practice. What has been missing in the literature is the temporal dimension, i.e., the changes over time in key variables such as organizational...
China has become a leading foreign investor among all emerging countries, however, the existing literature seldom deals with this important topic. Based upon both macro and micro data, this paper attempts to fill this gap. In particular, the paper focuses on such critical issues on the topic:...
The authors argue that human resource management practitioners and researchers do not adequately take national origin into account when devising policies and theories. It is further asserted that this failure puts companies at risk for both lesser achievement of organizational objectives and...
This article examines how organizations can better respond to the needs of individuals who are reexamining and changing their chosen career paths. The term, "career recycling ", reflects a new, growing segment of the workforce describing individuals who are reexamining and changing their career...
With the increased use of technology in all areas of human resource management, many organizations are using electronic and computerized means for monitoring and assessing employee performance. We tested three path models that explored whether the perception of certain characteristics of an...
This paper provides a theoretical framework for persistence as a process in goal-directed behavior. The theoretical foundation builds on the recent formulation of an instability function in planned behavior and develops a stage model of persistence. Stages discussed in this paper include those...
This study extends the literature on trust and leadership by examining trust from a new perspective. Specifically, we investigate how subordinates' perceptions of their leaders' trust in them, which we label subordinates' felt trustworthiness, influence their performance, organizational...
In 1986, when I first joined DePaul, I had the pleasure of meeting F. Byron (Ron) Nahser, as he was involved in DePaul's ethics and values advisory group when Brother Leo V. Ryan was Dean of the College of Business. I was impressed with Ron's evangelical zeal as he promoted values in life and in...
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