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Discrimination In Organizations: An Organizational-Level Systems Perspective

@inproceedings{Gelfand2007DiscriminationIO,
  title={Discrimination In Organizations: An Organizational-Level Systems Perspective},
  author={Michele J. Gelfand and Lisa Hisae Nishii and Jana L. Raver and Benjamin Schneider},
  year={2007}
}
Excerpt] In what follows we present a systems model of discrimination at the level of the organization. We elaborate the model shown in Figure 1 and illustrate the ways in which aspects of organizations – including formal and informal structure, organizational culture, leadership, strategy, human resource systems, and organizational climates – may contribute to or attenuate discrimination. As depicted in Figure 1 and as discussed in detail in previous chapters, the relationship between these… 

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