Bain, Trevor; Nelson, Nels E.; Doherty, Robert E.; Block, Richard N.; Chelius, James R.; Aldag, Ramon J.
April 1979
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr79, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p431
Academic Journal
This article provides information on research about industrial organizations. James Cashman was given an institutional grant to study the determinants of organizational commitment in custodial-rehabilitative institutions for mentally disabled persons. Another focuses on the effectiveness of interorganizational exchange activity between public hospitals. Jennie Farley is working on a study of the demographic correlates of leadership among American women.


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