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    • Ivy League Athletic Performance: Do Brains Win? 

      Kotlyarenko, Dmitry; Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (2001-04-11)
      [Excerpt] The Ivy League, which consists of Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale universities, is unique among the athletic conferences that compete at the Division I (major ...
    • Jews as a Changing People of the Talmud: An American Exploration 

      Korman, Gerd (2001-02-01)
      [Excerpt] My project has two parts. The first part demonstrates that Jews were in fact a changing people of the Talmud. Even though I make some references to it, discussion of that large subject awaits further investigation. ...
    • Job and Life Attitudes of Male Executives 

      Judge, Timothy A.; Boudreau, John W.; Bretz, Robert D. Jr. (1993-10-01)
      Despite executives' important positions in organizations, their attitute have not received much research attention. In an attempt to remedy this deficiency, the present study tested a hypothesized model of executive attitudes ...
    • Job Blackmail [Review of the book 'Fear at Work: Job Blackmail, Labor, and the Environment'] 

      Compa, Lance A. (1982-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Ever since the establishment of environmental and workplace protections in the early 1970s, private employers have resisted further curbs on corporate conduct by threatening job destruction. The refrain has been ...
    • Job Characteristics and Labor Market Discrimination in Promotions: New Theory and Empirical Evidence 

      DeVaro, Jed; Ghosh, Suman; Zoghi, Cindy (2007-08-04)
      [Excerpt] We present new theory and the first empirical test of promotion discrimination models based on job assignment signaling. In our theory, promotions serve as signals of worker ability, and job hierarchies differ ...
    • Job Loss and the Fraying of the Implicit Employment Contract 

      Hallock, Kevin F. (2009-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Most workers have one employment contract that is explicit and another one that is implicit. The explicit employment contract specifies working hours, compensation, and job tasks. The implicit contract involves ...
    • Job Loss: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses 

      Butcher, Kristin F.; Hallock, Kevin F. (2004-10-01)
      From 2001 to 2003, 5.3 million workers were displaced. Beyond quantifying the numbers of jobs lost lie important questions about gains and losses from these changes and what policies may affect them. These questions will ...
    • Job Opportunities for Older Workers: When Are Jobs Filled With External Hires? 

      Hutchens, Robert M. (2006-02-01)
      This paper examines why firms sometimes employ older workers, but tend to not hire new older workers for the same job. It focuses on one aspect of that phenomenon: the propensity for firms to fill jobs from the inside ...
    • Job Performance, Turnover and Wage Growth 

      Bishop, John H. (1988-01-21)
      The paper tests and finds strong support for the hypothesis that in the nonunion sector of the economy, turnover is negatively selective on a worker's job performance. At establishments with about 17 employees, a worker ...
    • Job Reservation in India 

      Lansing, Paul; Kuruvilla, Sarosh (1986-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The concept of job reservation relies upon government intervention into the labor relations area in order to promote the rights of some particular portion of the population. The reasons for this intervention may ...
    • Job Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being As Determinants of Job Adaptation 

      Judge, Timothy A.; Hulin, Charles (1991-11-12)
      An important controversy in the literature on employee withdrawal/adaptation concerns whether job satisfaction predicts behaviors that are manifestations of this construct. Although the area has not lacked for empirical ...
    • Job Satisfaction as a Reflection of Disposition: A Multiple Source Casual Analysis 

      Judge, Timothy A.; Hulin, Charles L. (1990-10-01)
      Dispositional sources of job satisfaction have been the subject of recent research in the organizational sciences. Problems in much of this research, which limit the conclusions one can draw from the results, are discussed. ...
    • Job Search Behavior of Employed Managers 

      Bretz, Robert D. Jr.; Boudreau, John W.; Judge, Timothy A. (1993-09-01)
      Job search typically has been thought of as an antecedent to voluntary turnover or job choice behavior. This study extends the existing literature by proposing a model of the job search process and examining the job search ...
    • Job Search Strategies and Labor Market Success 

      Smith, Catherine L.; Gerhart, Barry A. (1991-03-01)
      This study examines the relation between job search strategies and two measures of labor market success, starting salary and number of job offers received, in a sample of graduating MBAs. Controlling for applicant and ...
    • Joint Labor-Management Training Programs for Healthcare Worker Advancement and Retention 

      Klingel, Sally; Lipsky, David B. (2010-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Filling vacancies and retaining workers in shortage areas such as nursing and other allied health occupations remains a challenge in today’s healthcare industry. At the same time, low-wage workers in the healthcare ...
    • Judgment and Choice in Personnel Selection 

      Rudin, Joel; Boudreau, John W. (1989-11-01)
      [Excerpt] Imagine that you have set out to buy a used car. You examine eight cars before making your choice, test driving some of them and rejecting others at first glance (due for example to excessive rust). A researcher ...
    • Just-in-Time Urbanization? Managing Migration, Citizenship, and Schooling in the Chinese City 

      Friedman, Eli (SAGE, 2018-05)
      In this article I argue that the Chinese state is responding to tensions wrought by high-speed growth by attempting to develop a form of technocratic biopolitics I refer to as ‘just-in-time (JIT) urbanization’. Mirroring ...
    • Justice as a Dynamic Construct: Effects of Individual Trajectories on Distal Work Outcomes 

      Hausknecht, John; Sturman, Michael C.; Roberson, Quinetta M. (2011-01-01)
      Despite an amassing organizational justice literature, few studies have directly addressed the temporal patterning of justice judgments and the effects that changes in these perceptions have on important work outcomes. ...
    • Justice Expectations and Applicant Perceptions 

      Bell, Bradford S.; Ryan, Anne Marie; Wiechmann, Darin (2004-01-01)
      Expectations, which are beliefs about a future state of affairs, constitute a basic psychological mechanism that underlies virtually all human behavior. Although expectations serve as a central component in many theories ...
    • Justice or Just Between Us? Empirical Evidence of the Trade-Off Between Procedural and Interactional Justice in Workplace Dispute Resolution 

      Eigen, Zev J.; Litwin, Adam Seth (2014-01-01)
      In this article, the authors examine the relationship between an employer’s implementation of a typical dispute resolution system (DRS) and organizational justice, perceived compliance with the law, and organizational ...