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Psychosociological Issues in Human Resource Management

VOLUME 10(1) • 2022 TOP LINK

Virtual Human Resource Management in the Metaverse: Immersive Work Environments, Data Visualization Tools and Algorithms, and Behavioral Analytics
Author: Katarina Zvarikova1, Juraj Cug1, and Steve Hamilton2
1020
Virtual Workplaces in the Metaverse: Immersive Remote Collaboration Tools, Behavioral Predictive Analytics, and Extended Reality Technologies
Author: Gheorghe H. Popescu1, Cristian Florin Ciurlău1, Cristian Ionuț Stan2, Cecilia Băcănoiu (Văduva)2, and Alina Tănase (Veisa)2
565
Immersive Employee Experiences in the Metaverse: Virtual Work Environments, Augmented Analytics Tools, and Sensory and Tracking Technologies
Author: Daniel Carter*
602
Virtual Hiring and Training Processes in the Metaverse: Remote Work Apps, Sensory Algorithmic Devices, and Decision Intelligence and Modeling
Author: Katarina Frajtova Michalikova1, Petr Suler2, and Rachel Robinson3
526
Metaverse-based 3D Visual Modeling, Virtual Reality Training Experiences, and Wearable Biological Measuring Devices in Immersive Workplaces
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm*
497
Remote Workforce, Virtual Team Tasks, and Employee Engagement Tools in a Real-Time Interoperable Decentralized Metaverse
Author: Daniel Bennett*
491
Virtual Skill Acquisition, Remote Working Tools, and Employee Engagement and Retention on Blockchain-based Metaverse Platforms
Author: Pavol Kral1, Katarina Janoskova1, and Andrew Dawson2
638
Virtual Employee Training and Skill Development, Workplace Technologies, and Deep Learning Computer Vision Algorithms in the Immersive Metaverse Environment
Author: Mark Hawkins*
629
Talent Acquisition and Management, Immersive Work Environments, and Machine Vision Algorithms in the Virtual Economy of the Metaverse
Author: Nancy Lyons*
377
Working in the Metaverse: Virtual Recruitment, Cognitive Analytics Management, and Immersive Visualization Systems
Author: Pavol Durana1, Tomas Krulicky2, and Edward Taylor3
627

VOLUME 9(2) • 2021 TOP LINK

COVID-19 Pandemic-related Emotional Anxiety, Perceived Risk of Infection, and Acute Depression among Primary Care Providers
Author: Sarah Cohen, Elvira Nica
795
Prolonged Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Medical Staff during the COVID-19 Crisis
Author: Elizabeth Lewis, Anna Zauskova
814
Extreme Anxiety, Illness Fears, and Acute Stress in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Angela Phillips, Jiri Kucera
788
Emotional Fatigue, Elevated Anxiety Symptoms, and Sustained Psychological Distress in Frontline Medical Staff and Nurses Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Robert Wells, Renata Miklencicova
778
Psychological Distress, Moral Trauma, and Burnout Syndrome among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Ella Campbell, Gheorghe H. Popescu
760
Moral Injury, Psychological Ill-Health, and Severe Stress among COVID-19 Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Peter Gibson, Jana Janikova
743
Acute Depression, Moral Dilemmas, and Illness Fears in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Providers
Author: Karen Wade, Katarina Valaskova
705
Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders in Medical Staff Treating COVID-19 Patients
Author: Aurel Pera, Raluca-Ștefania Balica
857
Depressive Symptoms, Emotional Exhaustion, and Psychological Trauma Symptoms in Frontline Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Outbreak
Author: Kimberly Mitchell, George Lăzăroiu
711
Stress-related Psychiatric Disorders, Clinically Significant Depression, and Elevated Anxiety Symptoms among Medical Personnel Providing Care to COVID-19 Patients
Author: Donald Adams, Marian Grupac
676

VOLUME 9(1) • 2021 TOP LINK

Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders in Frontline Medical Staff and Nurses Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Claire Platt
1002
Psychological and Behavioral Responses to COVID-19 among Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Sofia Bratu
1021
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Extreme Anxiety, and Depressive Symptoms in Frontline Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Author: Craig Duncan et al.
945
Prolonged Stress, Emotional Anxiety, and Depressive Symptoms in Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses as a Result of COVID-19
Author: Rebecca Coleman
905
Depressive Symptoms, Perceived Risk of Infection, and Emotional Fatigue among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Jane Kirkman
849
COVID-19-related Psychological Distress, Moral Injury, and Sleep Disturbances among Primary Care Providers
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm, Viorica Popescu
850
Psychological Distress, Demoralization, and Illness Fears in Medical Staff Treating Patients with COVID-19
Author: Amanda Walker et al.
857
Burnout Syndrome, Clinically Significant Depression, and Acute Stress among Medical Personnel Providing Care to COVID-19 Patients
Author: Rachel Robinson
806
Elevated Anxiety Symptoms, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Moral Trauma in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Ann Clark
866
Sustained Psychological Distress, Acute Depression, and Emotional Exhaustion in Frontline Medical Staff and Nurses Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Nancy Lyons et al.
945

VOLUME 8(2) • 2020 TOP LINK

Depressive Symptoms, Extreme Anxiety, and Burnout Syndrome among Medical Personnel Providing Care to COVID-19 Patients
Author: Kenneth Brown
1122
Physician and Nurse Workplace Stressors throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic: Level of Exposure to the Disease, Perceived Risk of Infection, and Moral Dilemmas during Care
Author: Frank Rydell
1013
Emotional Fatigue, Psychological Distress, and Clinically Significant Depression Associated with Being a COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Worker
Author: John Carey et al.
1364
The Impact of Sustained Psychological Distress and Elevated Anxiety Symptoms on Long-Term Mental and Physical Wellbeing of COVID-19 Healthcare Providers
Author: Ashley Clarke
1107
Psychological Resilience, Demoralization, and Fear among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Elvira Nica et al.
1199
Acute Stress, Depressive Symptoms, and Sleep Disturbances in Medical Staff Treating Patients with COVID-19
Author: Thomas Scott
1011
COVID-19-related Psychological Distress, Acute Depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Maureen Rosenberg
1056
Prolonged Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Frontline Medical Staff Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Barbara Huxley et al.
1095
Illness Fears, Psychological Distress, and Behavioral Responses to COVID-19 among Primary Care Providers
Author: Brian Gallagher
1002
Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Edward Mills
1105

VOLUME 8(1) • 2020 TOP LINK

Psychological Resilience, Burnout Syndrome, and Stress-related Psychiatric Disorders among Healthcare Professionals during the COVID-19 Crisis
Author: Chloe Segers
2016
The Psychological Ill-Health of Frontline Medical Staff Working with COVID-19 Patients: Burnout, Anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Author: Derek Rommer
1554
Mental and Emotional Risks of Frontline Healthcare Providers Involved in Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic
Author: Kate Miller
1594
Psychological Trauma Symptoms and Mental Conditions of Medical Staff during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Severe Stress, Elevated Anxiety, and Clinically Significant Depression
Author: Daniel Thompson
1572
Mental Health Consequences of the COVID-19 Crisis on Frontline Healthcare Professionals: Psychological Impairments as a Result of Work-related Stress
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm, Marilena Lavinia Olah
1362
Psychological Well-Being of COVID-19 Medical Staff: Depression, Distress, and Anxiety in Frontline Healthcare Workers
Author: Gavin Sheares
1534
Demoralization, Fear, and Burnout Associated with Being a COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Worker
Author: Margaret Allen, Juraj Cug
1868
Is the COVID-19 Outbreak Severely Affecting the Psychological Well-Being of Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses?
Author: Richard Breillat, Milos Birtus
1442
Acute Depression, Extreme Anxiety, and Prolonged Stress among COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers
Author: Christine Moore, Juraj Kolencik
2326
Psychological Stress of COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers: Rational Safety Behaviors, Evidence-based Self-Help Interventions, and Remote Mental Health Support
Author: Linda Taylor
1542

VOLUME 7(2) • 2019 TOP LINK

Algorithmic Decision-Making in Organizations: Network Data Mining, Measuring and Monitoring Work Performance, and Managerial Control
Author: Kathryn Harrower
2024
Data-driven Automated Decision-Making in Assessing Employee Performance and Productivity: Designing and Implementing Workforce Metrics and Analytics
Author: Devin Wingard
2165
Towards Effective Workforce Management: Hiring Algorithms, Big Data-driven Accountability Systems, and Organizational Performance
Author: Aurel Pera
522
The Algorithmic Governance of Data driven-Processing Employment: Evidence-based Management Practices, Artificial Intelligence Recruiting Software, and Automated Hiring Decisions
Author: Gregory Bekken
2957
Artificial Intelligence-supported Workplace Decisions: Big Data Algorithmic Analytics, Sensory and Tracking Technologies, and Metabolism Monitors
Author: Elvira Nica et al.
1918
Big Data Analytics in Human Resource Management: Automated Decision-Making Processes, Predictive Hiring Algorithms, and Cutting-Edge Workplace Surveillance Technologies
Author: Brent Noack
2540
Using Data Analytics in the Management of Employees: Digital Means of Tracking, Monitoring, and Surveilling Worker Activities
Author: Mark Olsen
1863
Big Data-driven Algorithmic Decision-Making in Selecting and Managing Employees: Advanced Predictive Analytics, Workforce Metrics, and Digital Innovations for Enhancing Organizational Human Capital
Author: Thomas D. Meyers et al.
2225
Workforce Analytics and Human Resource Metrics: Algorithmically Managed Workers, Tracking and Surveillance Technologies, and Wearable Biological Measuring Devices
Author: Diana Kassick
1772
Automated Data Analysis in Organizations: Sensory Algorithmic Devices, Intrusive Workplace Monitoring, and Employee Surveillance
Author: Raluca Balica
1719

VOLUME 7(1) • 2019 TOP LINK

Enhancing Critical and Ethical Thinking with Scenarios
Author: Hershey H. Friedman et al.
2676
Does the Growth of Artificial Intelligence and Automation Shape Talent Attraction and Retention?
Author: Wyoma Wilkinson, Ivana Podhorska, Anna Siekelova
2354
Automating Talent Acquisition: Smart Recruitment, Predictive Hiring Algorithms, and the Data-driven Nature of Artificial Intelligence
Author: Allan Bongard
2436
The Artificial Intelligence Recruitment Process: How Technological Advancements Have Reshaped Job Application and Selection Practices
Author: Harriet Rodney, Katarina Valaskova, Pavol Durana
3134
Employee Microchip Implants: Technology Acceptance, Capability Enhancement, and Continuous Monitoring
Author: Grațiela Sion
2006
The Commodification of Digital Labor in the Gig Economy: Online Outsourcing, Insecure Employment, and Platform-based Rating and Ranking Systems
Author: Maria Durlauf
2403
The Increasing Casualization of the Gig Economy: Insecure Forms of Work, Precarious Employment Relationships, and the Algorithmic Management of Labor
Author: Doug Nickell, Jana Kliestikova, Maria Kovacova
1965
Digital Services Mediated by Online Labor Platforms: Contingent Work Arrangements, Job Precariousness, and Marginal Social Identities
Author: Roderick Lemke
1710
Labor Market Flexibility in Platform Capitalism: Online Freelancing, Fluid Workplaces, and the Precarious Nature of Employment
Author: Johanna Grudin, Marek Durica, Lucia Svabova
1819
Non-Standard Work Arrangements in Digital Labor Markets: Employment Regulation, Legally Enforceable Rights to Decent Jobs, and Socio‐Economic Precariousness
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm
1742

VOLUME 6(2) • 2018 TOP LINK

OFFSETS IN STATE APPROPRIATIONS CHALLENGE “PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN-AFFORD” TUITION POLICIES AT PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES
Author: GARY FETHKE
3079
WHAT DO CONSUMERS APPRECIATE ABOUT ON-DEMAND ECONOMY WORKERS?
Author: SANTIAGO MELIÁN GONZÁLEZ
2791
HOW DOES DIVORCE AFFECT RETIREMENT SECURITY?
Author: ALICIA H. MUNNELL, WENLIANG HOU, GEOFFREY T. SANZENBACHER
2903
WILL ROBOTS TAKE THE JOBS OF HUMAN WORKERS? DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES THAT MAY BRING ABOUT JOBLESS GROWTH AND ENDURING MASS UNEMPLOYMENT
Author: ELVIRA NICA
3546
THE RISE OF AN AUTOMATED JOBLESS SOCIETY: DO CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES EXPEL WORKERS SWIFTER THAN THE ECONOMY CAN IDENTIFY NEW JOBS FOR THEM?
Author: TIMOTHY GROSSMAN
4034
WILL ROBOTIZATION REALLY CAUSE TECHNOLOGICAL UNEMPLOYMENT? THE RATE AND EXTENT OF POTENTIAL JOB DISPLACEMENT CAUSED BY WORKPLACE AUTOMATION
Author: BRIAN SORELLS
4023
THE JOBLESS ECONOMY IN A POST-WORK SOCIETY: HOW AUTOMATION WILL TRANSFORM THE LABOR MARKET
Author: DARREN CHESSELL
3446
LABOR-DISPLACING TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND WORLDWIDE ECONOMIC INSECURITY: HOW AUTOMATION AND THE CREATION OF INNOVATIVE TASKS SHAPE INEQUALITY
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU et al.
2951
WILL ROBOTS DUPLICATE OR SURPASS US? THE IMPACT OF JOB AUTOMATION ON TASKS, PRODUCTIVITY, AND WORK
Author: LISE MCQUAY
3799
ADVANCED AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY, LABOR MARKET INSECURITY, AND COLLECTIVE JOBLESSNESS: THE DETERMINANTS, CONSTRAINTS AND EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS OF ROBOTS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ON THE REALM OF WORK
Author: MELISSA CONNOLLY-BARKER
2605

VOLUME 6(1) • 2018 TOP LINK

A TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS OF PRECARIOUS WORK IN THE ELEMENTARY PROFESSIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND
Author: CIARÁN NUGENT
2984
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INTERVENTION: A CATALYST TO SMALL-MEDIUM ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Author: AMY CHU-MAY YEO, STEPHEN CARTER, NURHIDAYAH ‘ALIAA CHEZULHAIMEE
3658
POST-BREXIT THREATS TO WORK SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS AND GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS IN THE UK
Author: UGOCHUKWU ORAZULIKE
3199
DOES GROWING THE NUMBER OF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION?
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
3031
THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF CITIES: THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL NATURE OF URBAN INEQUALITY
Author: ALEXANDRA DANA MEILĂ
2902
THE EVOLVING LIFE IMPROVEMENT APPROACH: FROM HOME TAYLORISM TO JICA TSUKUBA, AND BEYOND
Author: TOMOMI KOZAKI, YUSUKE NAKAMURA
2916
THE ECONOMICS OF THE ONLINE GIG ECONOMY: ALGORITHMIC HIRING PRACTICES, DIGITAL LABOR-MARKET INTERMEDIATION, AND RIGHTS FOR PLATFORM WORKERS
Author: DOUGLAS HYERS, MARIA KOVACOVA
3689
SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE WORKPLACE: ARE ON-DEMAND COMPANIES EXPLOITING CURRENT REGULATORY AMBIGUITIES AND WORKFORCE PRECARITY?
Author: SHARON SMITH, PAVOL KUBALA
2762
THE FUTURE OF WORKERS: CONTINGENT FORMS OF LABOR CONTRACTING IN THE PLATFORM ECONOMY
Author: JOHN KOPPEL, JURAJ KOLENCIK
3243
THE OPERATIONAL COHERENCE OF THE WORKFORCE-AS-A-SERVICE PATTERN: DIGITALLY MEDIATED SERVICE WORK, THE CONTINGENCY OF ON-DEMAND EMPLOYMENT, AND THE LOW-INCOME LABOR MARKET
Author: LOREN TAYLOR, JANA KLIESTIKOVA
2890

VOLUME 5(2) • 2017 TOP LINK

INDIVIDUALISM AND THE VITALITY OF COMMUNITY LIFE: AN UPDATE
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
3238
BLENDED PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE INTERSECTION OF SOCIAL LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY
Author: ROISIN DONNELLY
3679
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT DECISION-MAKING UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: AN ANALYSIS OF THREE PROCESSES IN PASSAIC COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
Author: SHEVON JEAN LETANG
2372
BUILDING A NEW MIDDLE CLASS IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Author: HARRY J. HOLZER
2583
WORK–FAMILY CONFLICT IN GERMANY: PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTS AS PART OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS IN WORK–FAMILY RESEARCH
Author: MAREIKE REIMANN, STEPHANIE PAUSCH, MARTIN DIEWALD
3379
DEEP LEARNING, THE FINAL STAGE OF AUTOMATION AND THE END OF WORK (AGAIN)?
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
2913
ROBOT INDUCED TECHNOLOGICAL UNEMPLOYMENT: TOWARDS A YOUTH-FOCUSED COPING STRATEGY
Author: EDUARDO POL, JAMES REVELEY
2961
MOBILE KNOWLEDGE WORK, INFORMATION ROUTINES, AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, MIHAELA COMĂNESCU, CRISTINA MANOLE
2447
JOB LOSS, UNEMPLOYMENT, AND PERCEIVED JOB INSECURITY: THEIR EFFECTS ON INDIVIDUALS’ HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Author: ELVIRA NICA, ANA-MADALINA POTCOVARU, CATALINA-OANA MIRICA (DUMITRESCU)
2578
THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISTIC LABOR IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL NARRATIVES: THE ALGORITHMIC AUTHORITY OF AUTOMATED NEWS AS A LEGITIMATE KNOWLEDGE PRODUCER
Author: MICHAEL FARBER
2456

VOLUME 5(1) • 2017 TOP LINK

WHAT CONTRIBUTES TO PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH? INVESTIGATING A MULTILEVEL APPROACH ON THE INTERPLAY OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND INDIVIDUAL FACTORS
Author: MAREIKE REIMANN
3571
CITIZEN ACCESS TO THE BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AND THE IMPLICATION FOR BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT SUCCESS
Author: SHEVON JEAN LETANG
2568
CAN PEOPLE OBTAIN OBJECTIVE KNOWLEDGE?
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
4328
SHOULD U.S. RESTAURANTS ABANDON TIPPING? A REVIEW OF THE ISSUES AND EVIDENCE
Author: MICHAEL LYNN
4139
LEADING WITH COMPASSION: THE KEY TO CHANGING THE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ACHIEVING SUCCESS
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, MIRIAM GERSTEIN
4573
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
Author: WILLIAM J. MATHIS
4500
NON-FINANCIAL FACTORS IN RETIREMENT DECISIONS
Author: STEVEN A. SASS
3251
THE CONCEPT OF DEMAND IN THE CONTEXT OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
Author: DITA VOGEL
2927
IS HIGHER EDUCATION STILL A WISE INVESTMENT? EVIDENCE ON RISING STUDENT LOAN DEBT IN THE U.S.
Author: ELVIRA NICA, CATALINA-OANA MIRICA (DUMITRESCU)
2915
THE SKYROCKETING COSTS OF U.S. HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE STUDENT DEBT CRISIS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, FLORIN CRISTIAN CIURLAU
3333

VOLUME 4(2) • 2016 TOP LINK

INCREASE DIVERSITY TO BOOST CREATIVITY AND ENHANCE PROBLEM SOLVING
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA W. FRIEDMAN, CHAYA LEVERTON
5388
HOW’S LIFE IN THE CITY? LIFE SATISFACTION ACROSS URBAN CENTERS AND ECONOMIC REGIONS IN CANADA
Author: CHAOHUI LU, GRANT SCHELLENBERG, FENG HOU, JOHN F. HELLIWELL
3310
HAPPIER AND MORE SATISFIED? CREATIVE OCCUPATIONS AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Author: DANIEL FUJIWARA, RICKY N. LAWTON
3400
ETHNOGRAPHY IN THE SERVICE OF UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CONFLICT
Author: JOHN M. JANZEN
3241
RETHINKING HIGHER EDUCATION: FOCUSING ON SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Author: MIRIAM GERSTEIN, HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN
3509
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND ASYLUM POLICIES – THE CASE OF GERMANY
Author: BARBARA LAUBENTHAL
3042
ON ECONOMIC INDIVIDUALISM
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
3423
CURBING THE LABOUR MARKET DIVIDE BY FOSTERING INCLUSIVE LABOUR MARKETS THROUGH A JOB GUARANTEE SCHEME
Author: SASKIA KLOSSE, JOAN MUYSKEN
3200
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTARY TURNOVER AS A NEGATIVE INDICATOR OF ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4051
THE RELEVANCE OF THE RIGHT TO WORK AND SECURING EMPLOYMENT FOR THE MENTAL HEALTH OF ASYLUM SEEKERS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
2699

VOLUME 4(1) • 2016 TOP LINK

COMMERCE AND ITS NORMATIVE DIMENSIONS
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
3830
LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS FROM THE DECLINE OF THE DAVIDIC EMPIRE
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, SARAH HERTZ
3679
REIMAGINING EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP THROUGH MOBILIZING ARENDT’S “PUBLIC SPACE”
Author: BEV ROGERS
3287
WORK-LIFE INTEGRATION OF DUAL-EARNER COUPLES: SPILLOVER, CROSSOVER, AND ACCUMULATION OF WORKPLACE DEMANDS AND RESOURCES WITHIN PARTNERSHIPS
Author: STEPHANIE PAUSCH et al.
4358
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN RURAL PRIMARY EDUCATION: AN UNDERESTIMATED AND UNDERSTUDIED COMPONENT OF INDIA’S SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN (EDUCATION FOR ALL) INITIATIVE
Author: SHILPI SHARMA, DENISE BURNETTE, ANINDITA BHATTACHARYA, SEEMA NATH
5093
SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE JAPANESE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SECTOR: CONCEPTS, POLICIES AND MODELS
Author: ROSARIO LARATTA, SACHIKO NAKAGAWA
3381
IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION AS A TWO-WAY PROCESS? STAKEHOLDER DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES IN STOCKHOLM AND BARCELONA
Author: ZENIA HELLGREN
3397
THE ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE KNOWLEDGE-NETWORKED ECONOMY
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, MIHAELA COMANESCU, OANA MATILDA SABIE
3555
THE DETRIMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF PERCEIVED JOB INSECURITY ON HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
Author: ELVIRA NICA, CRISTINA MANOLE, ROXANA BRISCARIU
3364
INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AS PIVOTAL PREDICTORS OF FACEBOOK USE
Author: GEORGE LAZAROIU
3375

VOLUME 3(2) • 2015 TOP LINK

LOOKING TO SUCCEED? FIRST, REMEMBER WHERE YOU CAME FROM
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, BARBARA JO LEWIS
3671
MEASURING PERFORMANCE IN A MODERN POLICE ORGANIZATION
Author: MALCOLM K. SPARROW
3966
TERRITORIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE “RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN”
Author: JASNA ČOŠABIĆ
3180
GENDER-TYPICAL RESPONSES TO STRESS AND ILLNESS
Author: ELVIRA NICA, ANA-MADALINA POTCOVARU
3550
THE ROLE OF THE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY INDUSTRY IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Author: GEORGE LAZAROIU
4066
THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL INNOVATION NETWORKS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
3552
PREFACE TO THE SPECIAL SECTION “MICHAEL A. PETERS AND EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP”
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
3038
CONCEIVING THE UNIVERSITY
Author: RONALD BARNETT
3364
FROM THE POST-COLONIAL TO THE INTERCULTURAL – ARE GENUINE INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES FEASIBLE?
Author: YUN-SHIUAN (VIOLA) CHEN
2846
DANCING WITTGENSTEIN (AFTER FOUCAULT)
Author: JEFF STICKNEY
3592
ON NARRATIVES OF SELF-FORMATION AND EDUCATION
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
3302
THE EDUCATION STATE, CONVERSATION AND DEMOCRACY TO COME
Author: BRIAN OPIE
3006
MICHAEL A. PETERS’ DISCURSIVE UNIVERSALISM
Author: MARIANNA PAPASTEPHANOU
3907
COSMOPOLITAN OUTLOOK: OPENING DOORS AND LETTING LEARN
Author: A. CHR. (TINA) ENGELS-SCHWARZPAUL
3576
BEING POSITIVE: EDUCATING FOR LIFE IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
Author: JAMES REVELEY
3414
ENDLESS ENERGY: PORTRAIT OF AN INTELLECTUAL
Author: PETER ROBERTS
3091

VOLUME 3(1) • 2015 TOP LINK

IS GREED GOOD? LEARNING ABOUT ETHICAL LEADERSHIP FROM PSALM 72
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
4162
LABOR LAW REFORMS IN EUROPE: DEREGULATION OF DISMISSAL PROTECTION AS TARGET
Author: ISABELLE SCHÖMANN
3962
IMPROVING THE AFFORDABILITY OF NEW ZEALAND SUPERANNUATION
Author: SUSAN ST JOHN
3172
THE COMPETITIVE NATURE AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ONLINE RETAILING
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
3643
SATISFACTION AND TRUST IN E-COMMERCE
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4725

VOLUME 2(2) • 2014 TOP LINK

CONGRESSIONAL OBSTRUCTION AND THE “BLACK AGENDA:” WHY OBAMA’S CRITICS ARE LETTING CONGRESS OFF THE HOOK AND SHORTCHANGING THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFFECTIVE POLITICAL ACTIVISM
Author: STEPHANIE L. WILLIAMS
3161
SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER: LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
3995
“THE RIGHT ATTITUDE” AS A KEY HIRING CRITERION FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SWITZERLAND
Author: KATRIN MUFF, MARY MAYENFISCH
3658
THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL REALITY
Author: ELVIRA NICA, ANA-MADALINA POTCOVARU
4927
THE ECONOMICS OF ONLINE TARGETED ADVERTISING
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
3654
TO BE OR NOT TO BE A WOMAN ENTREPRENEUR IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY?
Author: PREETI GOYAL, VANITA YADAV
3633
LEADERSHIP STYLE, POLICING AND PERCEPTION OF CORRUPTION: A COMPARATIVE PRELIMINARY STUDY WITHIN THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE
Author: FELIX AKINWUMI OROLE, KAMISAN BIN GADAR, MURRAY HUNTER
3473

VOLUME 2(1) • 2014 TOP LINK

HR ISSUES EVOLUTION ALONG THE MARKET LIFECYCLE AND THE VALUE CHAIN: CASE OF THE HI-TECH INDUSTRY
Author: TAMAS KOPLYAY, DOUG LLOYD, CSABA MAKO
4016
WELFARE AND WORK: HOW AND HOW MUCH DO TANF CASH BENEFITS AFFECT THE LABOR SUPPLY OF SINGLE PARENTS?
Author: SORIN DAN
3841
CORPORATE PRACTICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4415
THE ECONOMICS OF THE BITCOIN SYSTEM
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
5834
CREATIVITY AND MAKING CONNECTIONS “THE PATCHWORK OF ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY” (II)
Author: MURRAY HUNTER
3608

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