HR in a Time of Caution
- COMPETITIVE DIMENSIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCES. Mykolaivna, Neykova Rumyana; Volodymyrivna, Prokopenko Olha; Oleksiivna, Shcherbachenko Viktoriia // Economic Processes Management;2015, Issue 1, p11
This article deals with the essence of human resources competitive dimensions. Their competitive priorities are analyzed in dynamic business environment, with an emphasis on the quality of human resources, their adaptive skills, communication skills and mobility. The attention is paid to the...
- Human Capital Production Function. Kesti, Marko // GSTF Business Review;Nov2013, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p22
In many organizations the labor workforce is the single most important factor for business performance, but also the most difficult to analyze. Traditional analyzing and forecasting methods do not explain the phenomenon how human capital affects business economics, and therefore they are not too...
- Gone with the Wind: The Impacts of Managerialism on Human Services. Tsui, Ming-sum; Cheung, Fernando C. H. // British Journal of Social Work;Apr2004, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p437
The article discusses impacts of managerialism on human services. Managerialism is a set of beliefs and practices that assumes better management will resolve a wide range of economic and social problems. Management itself is a reflection of the powerful dominance of market capitalism over the...
- The Economy and Education. ORMELL, CHRIS // Prospero;sep2012, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p14
The article offers the author's insights on the connections between the economic crisis and education. He discusses the growth of the economic-financial crisis as caused by the poor quality of human resources, who run the economy. He explores the collapse of faith in public educational ideals in...
- THE HUMAN RESOURCE ARCHITECTURE: TOWARD A THEORY OF HUMAN CAPITAL ALLOCATION AND DEVELOPMENT. Lepak, David P.; Snell, Scott A. // Academy of Management Review;Jan1999, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p31
Recognizing that not all employees possess knowledge and skills that are of equal strategic importance, we draw on the resource-based view of the firm, human capital theory, and transaction cost economics to develop a human resource architecture of four different employment modes: internal...
- Investment, valuation, and dynamics: A case study in the law of supply and demand. Bernstein, Peter L. // Business Economics;Jul92, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p38
Focuses on the increase in dividends paid by nonfinancial corporations between 1988 and 1990 in the United States while the overall business situation was deteriorating. Oscillating cost structure; Employee compensation; Gross stocks of business capital; Corporate valuation.
- Research notes: Comparison of top-down and bottom-up earnings forecasts. Rippe, Richard D. // Business Economics;Jul92, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p63
Compares top-down and bottom-up earnings forecasts. Space allocation; Index of earnings per share; Data collection.
- Ockam's Razor, economics and the business client. Hagen, Ronald E. // Business Economics;Apr94, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p48
Discusses the principle of science called Ockam's Razor and the relation of business economics to the rule. Definition of the principle; Basis of economics and business on Ockam's Razor; Reasons for the shift in professional focus; Econometric modeling; Forecasting oil markets; Manpower...
- The statistics corner. Haver, Maurine // Business Economics;Jan1997, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p62
Reviews issues in business economics. Data sharing; Commission to study statistical system; Sampling in the Census Bureau through the year 2000; Fiscal year 1997 budget pitfalls.