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VOLUME 12(2) • 2024 TOP LINK

From 2-D Pyramid to Generative Network: Reimagining the DIKW Hierarchy as a Biodigital Network Intelligent Ecosystem
Author: Michael A. Peters*
129

VOLUME 12(1) • 2024 TOP LINK

The Biodigital Ecosystem of Wisdom and the Alignment of Human Values
Author: Michael A. Peters*
140

VOLUME 11(1) • 2023 TOP LINK

Generative Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality Immersive Training Technologies, Behavior Tracking and Task Collaboration Tools, and Interconnected Monitoring and Holographic Display Devices in Simulated 3D Working Environments
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm1 and Viorica Popescu1
465

VOLUME 10(2) • 2022 TOP LINK

Haptic and Biometric Sensor Technologies, Movement and Behavior Tracking Tools, and Employee Performance Metrics in the Economic Infrastructure of the Metaverse
Author: Veronika Machova1, Elvira Nica2, and George Lăzăroiu3
870
Immersive Remote Collaboration Systems, Virtual Employee Engagement, and Physiological and Behavioral Biometrics in a Real-Time Interoperable Decentralized Metaverse
Author: Ruxandra-Ștefania Geambazi1, Mihai Constantinescu1, Petris Geambazi1, and Bogdan Alexandru1
812
Metaverse Engagement Metrics, Algorithmic Tracking and Spatial Computing Technologies, and Cognitive and Behavioral Algorithms in Virtual Workplaces
Author: James Perkins*
796
Virtual Team Performance, Collaborative Remote Work, and Employee Engagement and Multimodal Behavioral Analytics in the Metaverse Economy
Author: Kimberly Hancock*
976
Metaverse Employee Socialization and Operations Management, Mobile Biometric and Sentiment Data, and Wearable Augmented Reality Devices in Immersive Workspaces
Author: Horea Corpodean1, Petrică Tudosă1, Kanty Cătălin Popescu1, and Ana-Maria-Sonia Petreanu1
803
Immersive Engagement and Geospatial Mapping Technologies, Employee Behavioral Data, and Workplace Tracking Systems in the Virtual Economy of the Metaverse
Author: Zuzana Rowland1 and Mark Newell2
762
Metaverse Engagement Metrics, Workplace Monitoring and Tracking Systems, Behavioral Predictive Analytics in Immersive 3D Virtual Reality Environments
Author: Anamaria Mișa1, Mihaela Melenciuc1, Ioana Pădurariu1, and Cecilia Văduva1
800
Virtual Human Resource Management, Workplace Tracking and Algorithmic Monitoring Systems, and Cognitive and Affective Metrics in the Immersive Metaverse Environment
Author: Marek Vochozka1, Jakub Horak1, and Brian Carey2
779
Employee Engagement Data and Performance Parameters, Algorithmic Tracking and Remote Workplace Technologies, and Interoperable Virtual Networks in the Decentralized and Interconnected Metaverse
Author: Nancy Morley*
777
Virtual Employee Engagement and Immersive Workspaces, Wearable Augmented Reality Technology, and Spatial Data Mining and Simulation Modeling Algorithms in the Metaverse Interactive Environment
Author: Zdenka Musova1, Alina Tănase2, Cristian Ionuț Stan2, and Tanța Camelia Chitcă2
780

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
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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
1617
Immersive Employee Experiences in the Metaverse: Virtual Work Environments, Augmented Analytics Tools, and Sensory and Tracking Technologies
Author: Daniel Carter*
1690
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
1513
Metaverse-based 3D Visual Modeling, Virtual Reality Training Experiences, and Wearable Biological Measuring Devices in Immersive Workplaces
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm*
1492
Remote Workforce, Virtual Team Tasks, and Employee Engagement Tools in a Real-Time Interoperable Decentralized Metaverse
Author: Daniel Bennett*
1471
Virtual Skill Acquisition, Remote Working Tools, and Employee Engagement and Retention on Blockchain-based Metaverse Platforms
Author: Pavol Kral1, Katarina Janoskova1, and Andrew Dawson2
1943
Virtual Employee Training and Skill Development, Workplace Technologies, and Deep Learning Computer Vision Algorithms in the Immersive Metaverse Environment
Author: Mark Hawkins*
1874
Talent Acquisition and Management, Immersive Work Environments, and Machine Vision Algorithms in the Virtual Economy of the Metaverse
Author: Nancy Lyons*
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Working in the Metaverse: Virtual Recruitment, Cognitive Analytics Management, and Immersive Visualization Systems
Author: Pavol Durana1, Tomas Krulicky2, and Edward Taylor3
1863

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
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Prolonged Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Medical Staff during the COVID-19 Crisis
Author: Elizabeth Lewis, Anna Zauskova
1914
Extreme Anxiety, Illness Fears, and Acute Stress in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Angela Phillips, Jiri Kucera
1672
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
1647
Psychological Distress, Moral Trauma, and Burnout Syndrome among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Ella Campbell, Gheorghe H. Popescu
1752
Moral Injury, Psychological Ill-Health, and Severe Stress among COVID-19 Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Peter Gibson, Jana Janikova
1659
Acute Depression, Moral Dilemmas, and Illness Fears in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Providers
Author: Karen Wade, Katarina Valaskova
1534
Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders in Medical Staff Treating COVID-19 Patients
Author: Aurel Pera, Raluca-Ștefania Balica
1726
Depressive Symptoms, Emotional Exhaustion, and Psychological Trauma Symptoms in Frontline Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Outbreak
Author: Kimberly Mitchell, George Lăzăroiu
1598
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
1588

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
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Psychological and Behavioral Responses to COVID-19 among Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Sofia Bratu
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Extreme Anxiety, and Depressive Symptoms in Frontline Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Author: Craig Duncan et al.
1753
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
1726
Depressive Symptoms, Perceived Risk of Infection, and Emotional Fatigue among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Jane Kirkman
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COVID-19-related Psychological Distress, Moral Injury, and Sleep Disturbances among Primary Care Providers
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm, Viorica Popescu
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Psychological Distress, Demoralization, and Illness Fears in Medical Staff Treating Patients with COVID-19
Author: Amanda Walker et al.
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Burnout Syndrome, Clinically Significant Depression, and Acute Stress among Medical Personnel Providing Care to COVID-19 Patients
Author: Rachel Robinson
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Elevated Anxiety Symptoms, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Moral Trauma in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Ann Clark
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Sustained Psychological Distress, Acute Depression, and Emotional Exhaustion in Frontline Medical Staff and Nurses Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Nancy Lyons et al.
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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
1970
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
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Emotional Fatigue, Psychological Distress, and Clinically Significant Depression Associated with Being a COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Worker
Author: John Carey et al.
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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
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Psychological Resilience, Demoralization, and Fear among COVID-19 Frontline Medical Personnel
Author: Elvira Nica et al.
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Acute Stress, Depressive Symptoms, and Sleep Disturbances in Medical Staff Treating Patients with COVID-19
Author: Thomas Scott
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COVID-19-related Psychological Distress, Acute Depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Frontline Respiratory and Intensive Care Physicians and Nurses
Author: Maureen Rosenberg
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Prolonged Stress, Anxiety, and Depression in Frontline Medical Staff Working with COVID-19 Patients
Author: Barbara Huxley et al.
1862
Illness Fears, Psychological Distress, and Behavioral Responses to COVID-19 among Primary Care Providers
Author: Brian Gallagher
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Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Disorders in COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Professionals
Author: Edward Mills
1934

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
3000
The Psychological Ill-Health of Frontline Medical Staff Working with COVID-19 Patients: Burnout, Anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Author: Derek Rommer
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Mental and Emotional Risks of Frontline Healthcare Providers Involved in Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic
Author: Kate Miller
2383
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
2430
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
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Psychological Well-Being of COVID-19 Medical Staff: Depression, Distress, and Anxiety in Frontline Healthcare Workers
Author: Gavin Sheares
2317
Demoralization, Fear, and Burnout Associated with Being a COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Worker
Author: Margaret Allen, Juraj Cug
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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
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Acute Depression, Extreme Anxiety, and Prolonged Stress among COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers
Author: Christine Moore, Juraj Kolencik
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Psychological Stress of COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers: Rational Safety Behaviors, Evidence-based Self-Help Interventions, and Remote Mental Health Support
Author: Linda Taylor
2476

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
2749
Data-driven Automated Decision-Making in Assessing Employee Performance and Productivity: Designing and Implementing Workforce Metrics and Analytics
Author: Devin Wingard
3215
Towards Effective Workforce Management: Hiring Algorithms, Big Data-driven Accountability Systems, and Organizational Performance
Author: Aurel Pera
599
The Algorithmic Governance of Data driven-Processing Employment: Evidence-based Management Practices, Artificial Intelligence Recruiting Software, and Automated Hiring Decisions
Author: Gregory Bekken
4249
Artificial Intelligence-supported Workplace Decisions: Big Data Algorithmic Analytics, Sensory and Tracking Technologies, and Metabolism Monitors
Author: Elvira Nica et al.
2853
Big Data Analytics in Human Resource Management: Automated Decision-Making Processes, Predictive Hiring Algorithms, and Cutting-Edge Workplace Surveillance Technologies
Author: Brent Noack
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Using Data Analytics in the Management of Employees: Digital Means of Tracking, Monitoring, and Surveilling Worker Activities
Author: Mark Olsen
2782
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.
3284
Workforce Analytics and Human Resource Metrics: Algorithmically Managed Workers, Tracking and Surveillance Technologies, and Wearable Biological Measuring Devices
Author: Diana Kassick
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Automated Data Analysis in Organizations: Sensory Algorithmic Devices, Intrusive Workplace Monitoring, and Employee Surveillance
Author: Raluca Balica
2684

VOLUME 7(1) • 2019 TOP LINK

Enhancing Critical and Ethical Thinking with Scenarios
Author: Hershey H. Friedman et al.
3559
Does the Growth of Artificial Intelligence and Automation Shape Talent Attraction and Retention?
Author: Wyoma Wilkinson, Ivana Podhorska, Anna Siekelova
3356
Automating Talent Acquisition: Smart Recruitment, Predictive Hiring Algorithms, and the Data-driven Nature of Artificial Intelligence
Author: Allan Bongard
3555
The Artificial Intelligence Recruitment Process: How Technological Advancements Have Reshaped Job Application and Selection Practices
Author: Harriet Rodney, Katarina Valaskova, Pavol Durana
4762
Employee Microchip Implants: Technology Acceptance, Capability Enhancement, and Continuous Monitoring
Author: Grațiela Sion
2910
The Commodification of Digital Labor in the Gig Economy: Online Outsourcing, Insecure Employment, and Platform-based Rating and Ranking Systems
Author: Maria Durlauf
3547
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
2896
Digital Services Mediated by Online Labor Platforms: Contingent Work Arrangements, Job Precariousness, and Marginal Social Identities
Author: Roderick Lemke
2520
Labor Market Flexibility in Platform Capitalism: Online Freelancing, Fluid Workplaces, and the Precarious Nature of Employment
Author: Johanna Grudin, Marek Durica, Lucia Svabova
2716
Non-Standard Work Arrangements in Digital Labor Markets: Employment Regulation, Legally Enforceable Rights to Decent Jobs, and Socio‐Economic Precariousness
Author: Doina Popescu Ljungholm
2597

VOLUME 6(2) • 2018 TOP LINK

OFFSETS IN STATE APPROPRIATIONS CHALLENGE “PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN-AFFORD” TUITION POLICIES AT PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES
Author: GARY FETHKE
4105
WHAT DO CONSUMERS APPRECIATE ABOUT ON-DEMAND ECONOMY WORKERS?
Author: SANTIAGO MELIÁN GONZÁLEZ
3675
HOW DOES DIVORCE AFFECT RETIREMENT SECURITY?
Author: ALICIA H. MUNNELL, WENLIANG HOU, GEOFFREY T. SANZENBACHER
3756
WILL ROBOTS TAKE THE JOBS OF HUMAN WORKERS? DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES THAT MAY BRING ABOUT JOBLESS GROWTH AND ENDURING MASS UNEMPLOYMENT
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4530
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
4993
WILL ROBOTIZATION REALLY CAUSE TECHNOLOGICAL UNEMPLOYMENT? THE RATE AND EXTENT OF POTENTIAL JOB DISPLACEMENT CAUSED BY WORKPLACE AUTOMATION
Author: BRIAN SORELLS
5061
THE JOBLESS ECONOMY IN A POST-WORK SOCIETY: HOW AUTOMATION WILL TRANSFORM THE LABOR MARKET
Author: DARREN CHESSELL
4656
LABOR-DISPLACING TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND WORLDWIDE ECONOMIC INSECURITY: HOW AUTOMATION AND THE CREATION OF INNOVATIVE TASKS SHAPE INEQUALITY
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU et al.
3843
WILL ROBOTS DUPLICATE OR SURPASS US? THE IMPACT OF JOB AUTOMATION ON TASKS, PRODUCTIVITY, AND WORK
Author: LISE MCQUAY
4850
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
3581

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
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INTERVENTION: A CATALYST TO SMALL-MEDIUM ENTERPRISE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Author: AMY CHU-MAY YEO, STEPHEN CARTER, NURHIDAYAH ‘ALIAA CHEZULHAIMEE
4664
POST-BREXIT THREATS TO WORK SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS AND GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS IN THE UK
Author: UGOCHUKWU ORAZULIKE
4042
DOES GROWING THE NUMBER OF ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION?
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
3797
THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF CITIES: THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL NATURE OF URBAN INEQUALITY
Author: ALEXANDRA DANA MEILĂ
3721
THE EVOLVING LIFE IMPROVEMENT APPROACH: FROM HOME TAYLORISM TO JICA TSUKUBA, AND BEYOND
Author: TOMOMI KOZAKI, YUSUKE NAKAMURA
3747
THE ECONOMICS OF THE ONLINE GIG ECONOMY: ALGORITHMIC HIRING PRACTICES, DIGITAL LABOR-MARKET INTERMEDIATION, AND RIGHTS FOR PLATFORM WORKERS
Author: DOUGLAS HYERS, MARIA KOVACOVA
4760
SOCIAL JUSTICE IN THE WORKPLACE: ARE ON-DEMAND COMPANIES EXPLOITING CURRENT REGULATORY AMBIGUITIES AND WORKFORCE PRECARITY?
Author: SHARON SMITH, PAVOL KUBALA
3634
THE FUTURE OF WORKERS: CONTINGENT FORMS OF LABOR CONTRACTING IN THE PLATFORM ECONOMY
Author: JOHN KOPPEL, JURAJ KOLENCIK
4098
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
3717

VOLUME 5(2) • 2017 TOP LINK

INDIVIDUALISM AND THE VITALITY OF COMMUNITY LIFE: AN UPDATE
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
3896
BLENDED PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE INTERSECTION OF SOCIAL LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY
Author: ROISIN DONNELLY
4505
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT DECISION-MAKING UNDER THE MICROSCOPE: AN ANALYSIS OF THREE PROCESSES IN PASSAIC COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
Author: SHEVON JEAN LETANG
2952
BUILDING A NEW MIDDLE CLASS IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Author: HARRY J. HOLZER
3252
WORK–FAMILY CONFLICT IN GERMANY: PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTS AS PART OF EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS IN WORK–FAMILY RESEARCH
Author: MAREIKE REIMANN, STEPHANIE PAUSCH, MARTIN DIEWALD
4108
DEEP LEARNING, THE FINAL STAGE OF AUTOMATION AND THE END OF WORK (AGAIN)?
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
3603
ROBOT INDUCED TECHNOLOGICAL UNEMPLOYMENT: TOWARDS A YOUTH-FOCUSED COPING STRATEGY
Author: EDUARDO POL, JAMES REVELEY
4088
MOBILE KNOWLEDGE WORK, INFORMATION ROUTINES, AND DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, MIHAELA COMĂNESCU, CRISTINA MANOLE
3311
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)
3556
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
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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
4228
CITIZEN ACCESS TO THE BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AND THE IMPLICATION FOR BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT SUCCESS
Author: SHEVON JEAN LETANG
3182
CAN PEOPLE OBTAIN OBJECTIVE KNOWLEDGE?
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
5223
SHOULD U.S. RESTAURANTS ABANDON TIPPING? A REVIEW OF THE ISSUES AND EVIDENCE
Author: MICHAEL LYNN
5067
LEADING WITH COMPASSION: THE KEY TO CHANGING THE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ACHIEVING SUCCESS
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, MIRIAM GERSTEIN
5456
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
Author: WILLIAM J. MATHIS
5424
NON-FINANCIAL FACTORS IN RETIREMENT DECISIONS
Author: STEVEN A. SASS
3963
THE CONCEPT OF DEMAND IN THE CONTEXT OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS
Author: DITA VOGEL
3611
IS HIGHER EDUCATION STILL A WISE INVESTMENT? EVIDENCE ON RISING STUDENT LOAN DEBT IN THE U.S.
Author: ELVIRA NICA, CATALINA-OANA MIRICA (DUMITRESCU)
3730
THE SKYROCKETING COSTS OF U.S. HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE STUDENT DEBT CRISIS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, FLORIN CRISTIAN CIURLAU
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VOLUME 4(2) • 2016 TOP LINK

INCREASE DIVERSITY TO BOOST CREATIVITY AND ENHANCE PROBLEM SOLVING
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA W. FRIEDMAN, CHAYA LEVERTON
6493
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
3967
HAPPIER AND MORE SATISFIED? CREATIVE OCCUPATIONS AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Author: DANIEL FUJIWARA, RICKY N. LAWTON
4272
ETHNOGRAPHY IN THE SERVICE OF UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CONFLICT
Author: JOHN M. JANZEN
3878
RETHINKING HIGHER EDUCATION: FOCUSING ON SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Author: MIRIAM GERSTEIN, HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN
4235
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND ASYLUM POLICIES – THE CASE OF GERMANY
Author: BARBARA LAUBENTHAL
3669
ON ECONOMIC INDIVIDUALISM
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
4132
CURBING THE LABOUR MARKET DIVIDE BY FOSTERING INCLUSIVE LABOUR MARKETS THROUGH A JOB GUARANTEE SCHEME
Author: SASKIA KLOSSE, JOAN MUYSKEN
4485
EMPLOYEE VOLUNTARY TURNOVER AS A NEGATIVE INDICATOR OF ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4777
THE RELEVANCE OF THE RIGHT TO WORK AND SECURING EMPLOYMENT FOR THE MENTAL HEALTH OF ASYLUM SEEKERS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
3385

VOLUME 4(1) • 2016 TOP LINK

COMMERCE AND ITS NORMATIVE DIMENSIONS
Author: TIBOR R. MACHAN
4471
LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS FROM THE DECLINE OF THE DAVIDIC EMPIRE
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, SARAH HERTZ
4327
REIMAGINING EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP THROUGH MOBILIZING ARENDT’S “PUBLIC SPACE”
Author: BEV ROGERS
3934
WORK-LIFE INTEGRATION OF DUAL-EARNER COUPLES: SPILLOVER, CROSSOVER, AND ACCUMULATION OF WORKPLACE DEMANDS AND RESOURCES WITHIN PARTNERSHIPS
Author: STEPHANIE PAUSCH et al.
5049
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
5885
SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE JAPANESE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SECTOR: CONCEPTS, POLICIES AND MODELS
Author: ROSARIO LARATTA, SACHIKO NAKAGAWA
4033
IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION AS A TWO-WAY PROCESS? STAKEHOLDER DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES IN STOCKHOLM AND BARCELONA
Author: ZENIA HELLGREN
4057
THE ROLE OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE KNOWLEDGE-NETWORKED ECONOMY
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU, MIHAELA COMANESCU, OANA MATILDA SABIE
4399
THE DETRIMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF PERCEIVED JOB INSECURITY ON HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
Author: ELVIRA NICA, CRISTINA MANOLE, ROXANA BRISCARIU
4122
INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS AS PIVOTAL PREDICTORS OF FACEBOOK USE
Author: GEORGE LAZAROIU
4067

VOLUME 3(2) • 2015 TOP LINK

LOOKING TO SUCCEED? FIRST, REMEMBER WHERE YOU CAME FROM
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, BARBARA JO LEWIS
4333
MEASURING PERFORMANCE IN A MODERN POLICE ORGANIZATION
Author: MALCOLM K. SPARROW
4766
TERRITORIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE “RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN”
Author: JASNA ČOŠABIĆ
3810
GENDER-TYPICAL RESPONSES TO STRESS AND ILLNESS
Author: ELVIRA NICA, ANA-MADALINA POTCOVARU
4216
THE ROLE OF THE MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY INDUSTRY IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Author: GEORGE LAZAROIU
4810
THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL INNOVATION NETWORKS
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
4198
PREFACE TO THE SPECIAL SECTION “MICHAEL A. PETERS AND EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP”
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
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CONCEIVING THE UNIVERSITY
Author: RONALD BARNETT
3971
FROM THE POST-COLONIAL TO THE INTERCULTURAL – ARE GENUINE INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUES FEASIBLE?
Author: YUN-SHIUAN (VIOLA) CHEN
3457
DANCING WITTGENSTEIN (AFTER FOUCAULT)
Author: JEFF STICKNEY
4374
ON NARRATIVES OF SELF-FORMATION AND EDUCATION
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
3921
THE EDUCATION STATE, CONVERSATION AND DEMOCRACY TO COME
Author: BRIAN OPIE
3632
MICHAEL A. PETERS’ DISCURSIVE UNIVERSALISM
Author: MARIANNA PAPASTEPHANOU
4570
COSMOPOLITAN OUTLOOK: OPENING DOORS AND LETTING LEARN
Author: A. CHR. (TINA) ENGELS-SCHWARZPAUL
4372
BEING POSITIVE: EDUCATING FOR LIFE IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
Author: JAMES REVELEY
4075
ENDLESS ENERGY: PORTRAIT OF AN INTELLECTUAL
Author: PETER ROBERTS
3697

VOLUME 3(1) • 2015 TOP LINK

IS GREED GOOD? LEARNING ABOUT ETHICAL LEADERSHIP FROM PSALM 72
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
4794
LABOR LAW REFORMS IN EUROPE: DEREGULATION OF DISMISSAL PROTECTION AS TARGET
Author: ISABELLE SCHÖMANN
4567
IMPROVING THE AFFORDABILITY OF NEW ZEALAND SUPERANNUATION
Author: SUSAN ST JOHN
3769
THE COMPETITIVE NATURE AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ONLINE RETAILING
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
4271
SATISFACTION AND TRUST IN E-COMMERCE
Author: ELVIRA NICA
5414

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
3775
SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER: LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP
Author: HERSHEY H. FRIEDMAN, LINDA WEISER FRIEDMAN
4836
“THE RIGHT ATTITUDE” AS A KEY HIRING CRITERION FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS IN SWITZERLAND
Author: KATRIN MUFF, MARY MAYENFISCH
4334
THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL REALITY
Author: ELVIRA NICA, ANA-MADALINA POTCOVARU
5771
THE ECONOMICS OF ONLINE TARGETED ADVERTISING
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
4314
TO BE OR NOT TO BE A WOMAN ENTREPRENEUR IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY?
Author: PREETI GOYAL, VANITA YADAV
4374
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
4078

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
4753
WELFARE AND WORK: HOW AND HOW MUCH DO TANF CASH BENEFITS AFFECT THE LABOR SUPPLY OF SINGLE PARENTS?
Author: SORIN DAN
4560
CORPORATE PRACTICES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Author: ELVIRA NICA
5139
THE ECONOMICS OF THE BITCOIN SYSTEM
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
6570
CREATIVITY AND MAKING CONNECTIONS “THE PATCHWORK OF ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY” (II)
Author: MURRAY HUNTER
4273

VOLUME 1(2) • 2013 TOP LINK

CREATIVITY AND MAKING CONNECTIONS: “THE PATCHWORK OF ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITY” (I)
Author: MURRAY HUNTER
4902
SWEDISH FINANCIAL POLICIES DURING THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL MELTDOWN
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
4032
HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
Author: ELVIRA NICA
4720
THE IMPACT OF MANDATORY AUDIT FIRM ROTATION ON AUDIT QUALITY AND AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE
Author: EUGEN NICOLAESCU
5020
HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA: EMERGING ISSUES OF EQUITY AND FINANCE
Author: SANJEEVAIAH PUTTASWAMAIAH
4256

VOLUME 1(1) • 2013 TOP LINK

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, CORPORATE WELFARE, AND BUSINESS ETHICS
Author: ELVIRA NICA
5444
MANAGERIALISM AND THE NEOLIBERAL UNIVERSITY: PROSPECTS FOR NEW FORMS OF “OPEN MANAGEMENT” IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Author: MICHAEL A. PETERS
4203
THE ROLE OF BRICS IN CHALLENGING THE EXISTING INTERNATIONAL ORDER
Author: GHEORGHE H. POPESCU
4362
CAPABILITIES THROUGHOUT THE ORGANIZATION LIFECYCLE
Author: MURRAY HUNTER
4309
THE NEED FOR EFFECTIVE INTERNAL AUDIT AS PART OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
Author: EUGEN NICOLAESCU
4453

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