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Job design, employment practices and well-being: : a systematic review of intervention studies
There is inconsistent evidence that deliberate attempts to improve job design realise improvements in well-being. We investigated the role of other employment practices, either as instruments for job redesign or as instruments ...
Impacts of regional productivity growth, decoupling and pollution leakage
Impacts of regional productivity growth, decoupling and pollution leakage. Regional Studies. This paper examines the issues of decoupling regional economic growth and pollution and the extent to which pollution effects ...
The long way to professional recognition: : project management in Italy
Purpose: The professionalization of project management (PM) profession has developed differently according to the different environments in which it has been introduced. The purpose of this paper is to examine an example ...
Pricing Decisions and Market Power in the UK Electricity Market: A VECM Approach
This paper examines the influence of market power in the formation of retail and wholesale electricity prices in the UK over 1998–2012 on the basis of Vector Error Correction model (VECM). Market power is measured as the ...
Is it time for good enough governance?
The case for further advances in project management
Academics at the intersection of age and gender: : A Ghanaian experience
Well-Being and the Social Environment of Work:A Systematic Review of Intervention Studies
There is consistent evidence that a good social environment in the workplace is associated with employee well-being. However, there has been no specific review of interventions to improve well-being through improving social ...
Business engagement in a civil society : Transitioning towards a dementia-friendly tourism and visitor economy
Dementia is a growing global health condition primarily, though not exclusively, associated with ageing populations. This paper examines dementia awareness and the perspectives of businesses and organisations in the visitor ...
‘Communities of resistance’ and the use of newspaper discussion boards Polish workers in Japanese foreign investments
This article examines the content of two hundred posts on newspaper discussion boards by workers in a cluster of Japanese foreign investments in Poland. The conclusions are first, that the material experiences of workers ...