James P. Guthrie

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This study addressed the possible coexistence of products of the proenkephalin and prodynorphin opioid peptide precursors in single neurons of the central nervous system of the rat. Antisera directed against met-enkephalin-arg-gly-leu and against Dyn B were used in immunohistochemical preparations of sections through the rat medulla. Examination of serial(More)
Developing effective health care organizations is increasingly complex as a result of demographic changes, globalization, and developments in medicine. This study examines the potential contribution of organizational behavior theory and research by investigating the relationship between systems of human resource management (HRM) practices and effectiveness(More)
W orkforce downsizing through employee layoffs has become commonplace in American businesses over the last 20 years. While these initiatives are typically undertaken in the quest for improved firm performance and competitiveness , empirical research to date has been equivocal in supporting the efficacy of these initiatives. In addition, extant research has(More)
Using tournament theory as a guiding theoretical framework, in this study, we assess the organizational implications of pay dispersion and other pay system characteristics on the likelihood of turnover among individual executives in organizational teams. Specifically, we estimate the effect of these pay system characteristics on executive turnover(More)
  • Wenchuan Liu, James P Guthrie, Patrick C Flood, Sarah Maccurtain, William, Judy Docking +14 others
  • 2011
Previous research on the association between unionization and the adoption of high performance work systems (HPWSs) has yielded inconsistent results. Using data from a 2004 multi-industry survey of firms operating in the Republic of Ireland, the authors examine the relationship between employee union membership rates and relative use of HPWSs. They also(More)
  • James P Guthrie, Wenchuan Liu, Patrick C Flood, Sarah Maccurtain, Ie, Indigenous Firms +2 others
  • 2009
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