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In this article, the authors demonstrate how a multilevel model (the hierarchical linear model, HLM) can be applied to the study of gender inequality in the labor market and help us to better understand its sources. The authors estimate a two-level model containing individual- and...
Building on previous research on worker extra-role effort, the authors focus their analysis on the correlates of one subset of behaviors that they call active effort. The authors argue for an exchange model, with organizations offering intrinsic, social, and material inducements in exchange for...
This article provides an empirical assessment of the social psychological underpinnings of arguments that link labor market security to wage flexibility. We employ data from two surveys of blue-collar manufacturing workers, one from Canada and the other from Sweden, that were conducted by the...
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