• Published 2004

1 AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE ATTITUDES OF SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES EMPLOYEES TOWARD PRIVATIZATION

@inproceedings{AlGhamdi20041AE,
  title={1 AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE ATTITUDES OF SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES EMPLOYEES TOWARD PRIVATIZATION},
  author={Dr. Mubarak A. Al-Ghamdi and Dr. Salem M. Al-Ghamdi},
  year={2004}
}
  • Dr. Mubarak A. Al-Ghamdi, Dr. Salem M. Al-Ghamdi
This study draws on prior research works and comparable measures to empirically investigate the attitude of Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) employees toward privatization. We conceptually developed an understanding as to why would it be feasible to privatize and illustrate some of the conditions for success in such situations. The study hypothesized that there exists a positive relationship between the attitude of Saudia employees toward privatization and the following four independent… CONTINUE READING

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