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The Performance Effects of Pay Dispersion on Individuals and Organizations
Pay distribution research is relatively scarce in the compensation literature, yet pay distributions are viewed as critically important by organizational decision makers. This study is a direct tes...
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INVESTOR ACTIVISM, MANAGERIAL RESPONSIVENESS, AND CORPORATE SOCIAL PERFORMANCE
We study relationships between shareholder proposal activism, managerial response, and corporate social performance (CSP). We find that shareholder proposal activism reduces CSP. We infer that ratherExpand
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Relationships Among Risk, Incentive Pay, and Organizational Performance
In this study, we extended agency-based research by examining the role of risk in the structure of managerial compensation and its relationship to organization performance. Our results suggest that...
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The Relationships Among Organizational Context, Pay Dispersion, and Among Managerial Turnover
Relatively little research explores observed differences in pay dispersion across organizations and whether those observed differences have consequences for employee behaviors. Using data from two ...
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The Relationships Among Organizational Context, Pay Dispersion, and Among Managerial Turnover
Relatively little research explores observed differences in pay dispersion across organizations and whether those observed differences have consequences for employee behaviors. Using data from two ...
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USING RANDOM RATHER THAN FIXED EFFECTS MODELS IN META‐ANALYSIS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SITUATIONAL SPECIFICITY AND VALIDITY GENERALIZATION
Combining statistical information across studies (i.e., meta-analysis) is a standard research tool in applied psychology. The most common meta-analytic approach in applied psychology, the fixedExpand
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Overcoming Resistance to Change and Enhancing Creative Performance
Drawing on the sense-making perspective, the authors develop and test a cross-level model of individual creativity, integrating resistance to change and three human resource contextual factors toExpand
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Issues in Managerial Compensation Research
Excerpt] Compensation is at the core of any employment exchange (Milkovich & Newman, 1993; Simon, 1951). It is probably the most basic reason people agree to become employees and it serves as aExpand
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The Ethics of Compensation Systems
Compensation systems are an integral part of the relationships organizations establish with their employees. For many years, researchers viewed pay systems as an efficient way to bring market-likeExpand
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International compensation: learning from how managers respond to variations in local host contexts
Managers and researchers recognize that the tensions created by the interplay of globalization and national environments influence the behaviours of multinational enterprises (MNEs). We develop aExpand
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