BEYOND CONTEXTUALIZATION : USING CONTEXT THEORIES TO NARROW THE MICRO-MACRO GAP

@inproceedings{Bacharach2008BEYONDC,
  title={BEYOND CONTEXTUALIZATION : USING CONTEXT THEORIES TO NARROW THE MICRO-MACRO GAP},
  author={Samuel Benjamin Bacharach and Julian Barling and Joseph A. Colquitt and D. J. van Eden and Duane Ireland and Dovev Lavie and M Pratt and Inbal Nahum-Shani and Arieh A. Ullmann},
  year={2008}
}
Amazing how technology can awaken us to the world around us. No, I’m not talking about the latest electronic gadget allowing us to experience, in real time, the sights, sounds (and even smells) of Calcutta from the comfort of our own living rooms or offices. Rather, I’m talking about recent advances in statistical methods and software facilitating the analysis of random coefficient (or multilevel) models and the impact that these advances are beginning to have on management scholars’ interest… CONTINUE READING

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