Problems and Perspectives in Research into the Quality of Work Life in Organisational Studies

@article{Gogoleva2017ProblemsAP,
  title={Problems and Perspectives in Research into the Quality of Work Life in Organisational Studies},
  author={Anna S. Gogoleva and Pavel S. Sorokin and Azer G. Efendiev},
  journal={Society and Economy},
  year={2017},
  volume={39},
  pages={597-616}
}
This paper outlines major theoretical and methodological problems in Quality of Work Life (QWL) research within organisational studies and discusses possible solutions, based on extensive literature analysis. An electronic search in the Scopus database found 1,244 publications utilising the QWL concept. From this sample we selected 387 papers dealing directly with QWL and compiled a final set of publications for detailed review. The literature analysis revealed the absence of a clear and… 
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