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Are there any studies on Psychological Contract Theory (PCT) in the context of the leader, the shareholder and stakeholders and how this could influence 'leader performance' within the organization?
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Corporate Readiness of Sri Lankan Companies towards the implementation of Extended Producer Responsibility concept.
- Circular economy
- Reverse supply chain management
- Corporate social responsibility
- Corporate sustainability
- Green value chain
- Social contract theory
there are many researches working on the causes of corruption. however, there are few works focusing on the collusive corruption, which is a prevalent phenomenon around the world. Could someone recommand me some good papers?
The doctrine of unconstitutionality is about how the court will decide a contract term being enforceable or not in case one party of the contract has more power than the other. This doctrine is well acknowledged in Common Law. There are many recognition of law relating to one-sided contract in Civil Law. But I am not sure of the official terminologies. Please advise me the theory or any studies relating. Many thanks.
I want to demonstrate how racist attitudes contribute to make the individuals cease to believe in themselves, resulting the social and professional failure.
I am looking for statistics related to forward contracts results e.g.: the tipical compliance percentages per product has been experienced in the practice when forward contracts are involved, or the bad debts percentage were not ever collected.
This is to determine a risk measure and what could be the real ROI for an investor.
Tilly, Charles. 2002. Stories, identities, and political change. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
"Social sites consist of loci in which organized human action occurs; they include individuals, aspects of individuals, organizations, networks, and places" (Tilly 2002, xi).
"Let us think of an individual as one kind of social site -a locus of coordinated social action" (Tilly 2002, 11).
Social sites appears as a relational outcome (Emirbayer, 1998), and as locus or loci in relation. The relational (realism) persuasion maintains as a coherent ontological principle of the program. Indeed, Tilly (2002, xii) claims "that transactions are real and observable", as "transfers of energy orginazed by people" connecting social sites (2002, xi).
"To put it more ponderously, but also more accurately, social life consists of relationally and culturally channeled, error-filled and error-correcting transactions among social sites that continuously modify the relations and culture within which they occur" (Tilly, 2002, xi).
So, if social transactions and relations are "the fundamental entities of social life" (2002, xi), ¿which is the reality status or logical position of social sites relative to social transactions?.
My first response to this question was to assume some type of equivalence between social transactions and their occurrence: events. And, then to apply the relational logic operation: (some identifiable regular) social change results from the sets of transactions which take place between (some bounded) social sites, those changes are experimented by, and setup, the social sites in which social transactions realized.
So, events can be assumed as concrete instances of social transactions between social sites. Recognizing that, relationally, social transactions implies the alteration or change on transaction-embedded social sites.
It is often said that human action and interaction is the result of 'social interaction with other(s) and interaction with self'. Can 'interaction with self' be considered as 'self refection' (such as Donald Schon's 'reflection-in-action'), or perhaps 'metacognition' where the individual is aware of their own thinking? Are they all describing similar ideas?
My study is on the perceptions of worker's on their leaders' behavior relative to safety in their respective organizations
I am thinking a case study but wondering if phenomenological methodology would be better.