Citations with the tag: OCCUPATIONAL mobility -- Research

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  • Occupation Choice, Information, and Migration.
    White, Nancy E.; Wolaver, Amy M. // Review of Regional Studies; Fall2003, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p142 

    We examine the relationship between occupational and geographical mobility using National Longitudinal Survey of Youth data. We develop a theoretical model that is a variation on the Jovanovic experience good model, which allows us to formalize the occupation choice decision. As individuals gain...

  • 8 de cada 10 españoles ha rechazado al menos una oferta de trabajo.
    White, Nancy E.; Wolaver, Amy M. // Capital Humano; Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 244, p8 

    No abstract available.

  • DINÁMICA DEL MERCADO LABORAL FORMAL URUGUAYO.
    AMARANTE, VERÓNICA; DEAN, ANDRÉS // Revista de Economia; May2013, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p35 

    This article looks at labor force mobility in the formal labor market in Uruguay during 1997-2009. The study is based on a sample of longitudinal labor histories from the social security. Our results show signiicant mobility in terms of entries and exits from the formal labor market, with...

  • Post Tsunami Job Satisfaction Among the Fishers of Na Pru Village, on the Andaman Sea Coast of Thailand.
    Pollnac, Richard; Kotowicz, Dawn // Social Indicators Research; Oct2012, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p67 

    The paper examines job satisfaction among fishers in a tsunami-impacted area on the Andaman coast of Thailand. Following the tsunami, many predicted that fishers would be reluctant to resume their fishing activities. Observations in the fishing communities, however, indicated that as soon as...

  • Job Satisfaction Among Fishers in the Dominican Republic.
    Ruiz, Victor // Social Indicators Research; Oct2012, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p81 

    This paper reflects on the results of a job satisfaction study of small-scale fishers in the Dominican Republic. The survey results suggest that, although fishers are generally satisfied with their occupations, they also have serious concerns. These concerns include anxieties about the level of...

  • Job Satisfaction in the Shrimp Trawl Fisheries of Vietnam.
    Sinh, Le // Social Indicators Research; Oct2012, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p39 

    This paper investigates the job satisfaction of small-scale shrimp trawl fishers in the vicinity of Camau National Park in southern Vietnam. The research sample consisted of 77 fishers who belong to a growing population of shrimp fishers in the region. The results suggest that 60 % would change...

  • Job Satisfaction in the Shrimp Trawl Fisheries of Chennai, India.
    Bavinck, Maarten // Social Indicators Research; Oct2012, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p53 

    Shrimp trawling represents an important fishing métier in South India, generating high levels of employment and economic value. It is also a contested métier, ostensibly contributing to environmental degradation and social inequality. This paper investigates the job satisfaction of crew...

  • Career on the Move: Geography, Stratification, and Scientific Impact.
    Deville, Pierre; Wang, Dashun; Sinatra, Roberta; Chaoming Song; Blondel, Vincent D.; Barabási, Albert-László // Scientific Reports; 4/25/2014, p1 

    Changing institutions is an integral part of an academic life. Yet little is known about the mobility patterns of scientists at an institutional level and how these career choices affect scientific outcomes. Here, we examine over 420,000 papers, to track the affiliation information of individual...

  • Markets for Inventors: Learning-by-Hiring as a Driver of Mobility.
    Palomeras, Neus; Melero, Eduardo // Management Science; May2010, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p881 

    Hiring away inventors has long been recognized as a way of learning used by innovative firms. This paper claims that the characteristics of the knowledge accumulated by an inventor at his current employer affect what hiring firms can learn from him. The implication is that some inventors are...

  • EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF TAXING THE REMITTANCES OF SKILLED WORKERS ON CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND AGGREGATE INCOME USING AN OVERLAPPING GENERATIONS MODEL.
    Rivera, John Paolo R. // Journal of Economics & Economic Education Research; 2013, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p1 

    Labor migration has sizable economic impacts specifically to labor-sending countries such as the Philippines, which can alter the economy's production structure and redirect the country's comparative advantage. The exodus of highly trained professionals, without replacement, will lead to brain...

  • Deepening our understanding of academic inbreeding effects on research information exchange and scientific output: new insights for academic based research.
    Horta, Hugo // Higher Education; Apr2013, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p487 

    This paper analyzes the impact of academic inbreeding in relation to academic research, and proposes a new conceptual framework for its analysis. We find that mobility (or lack of) at the early research career stage is decisive in influencing academic behaviors and scientific productivity. Less...

  • Equilibrio trabajo-familia: corresponsabilidad familiar y autoeficacia parental en trabajadores de una empresa chilena.
    Ortega Farías, Alejandra; Rodríguez Soto, Dayana; Jiménez Figueroa, Andrés // Diversitas (17949998); 2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p55 

    This article analyzes the differences between work-family balance, joint responsability and parental self-efficacy in employees of a Chilean company. 224 professional workers were administered three instruments: the work-family interaction questionnaire, the participation in family work...

  • Segmented Occupational Mobility: The Case of Non-EU Immigrants in Spain.
    Aysa-Lastra, María; Cachón, Lorenzo // Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociologicas; oct-dec2013, Issue 144, p23 

    Literature regarding immigrant economic integration tends to highlight a U-shaped economic mobility pattern. Our article challenges this argument based on labor market segmentation theories and an occupational mobility analysis made from a "class structure" perspective. Data from the 2007...

  • Immigrant Occupational Mobility: Longitudinal Evidence from Spain.
    Simón, Hipólito; Ramos, Raul; Sanromá, Esteban // European Journal of Population; May2014, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p223 

    This article examines the occupational mobility of immigrants between their countries of origin and Spain on the basis of one of the few surveys available internationally with longitudinal information on immigrant employment in home and host countries. The evidence shows that the occupational...

  • To Heaven or Hell: Sensemaking about Why Faulty Leave.
    O'Meara, KerryAnn; Lounder, Andrew; Campbell, Corbin M. // Journal of Higher Education; Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p603 

    This article analyzes sensemaking about faculty departure among administrators, faculty colleagues, and faculty leavers in one research university. A mixed methods database was analyzed to reveal four dominant explanations for faculty departure and two influences on sensemaking. Dominant...

  • EFFECTS OF CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP AND DEPARTMENTAL POWER ON CAREER TOURNAMENT.
    Sheridan, John E.; Slocum Jr., John W.; Buda, Richard; Thompson, Richard C. // Academy of Management Journal; Sep90, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p578 

    This study addressed the internal career mobility over a ten-year period of 338 managers employed by a single firm. We found that how managers started their careers in the company and the power of the department in which they started strongly influenced rates of job promotion, transfer, and...

  • The Strategic Influence of Newly Hired Executives.
    Subramanian, Ram // Academy of Management Executive; Aug98, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p82 

    This article presents an examination of study conducted by researcher Warren Boeker on the strategic implications of executive migration, or the movement of executives between firms. The author discusses how Boeker studied the relationship between executive migration and new market entry for 67...

  • Are women set up for failure on the road to the executive suite?
    McQuarrie, Fiona A.E. // Academy of Management Executive; Nov94, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p84 

    The article presents a commentary on the paper "Gender Difference in Managers' Developmental Job Experience," by P. Ohlott, M. Ruderman, and C. McCauley. The author notes that the research indicates that women managers may be set up for failure if they are hired for managerial positions but then...

  • Getting anointed for advancement: The case of executive women.
    Mainiero, Lisa A. // Academy of Management Executive; May94, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p53 

    How do women become identified in early career as promotable, viable candidates for senior management positions? To answer that question, fifty-five high-profile executive women were interviewed about key events in the early stages of their careers that allowed them to become last tracked. In...

  • PREDICTING ABSENTEEISM FROM PRIOR ABSENCE AND WORK ATTITUDES.
    Ivancevich, John M. // Academy of Management Journal; Mar1985, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p219 

    The article presents research pertaining to the relationship between an employee's prior absenteeism in one job and subsequent absenteeism on a new position within the same organization. The subjects in the study were technicians who worked for a medium-sized electronics firm. Employee...

  • GOING UP? DO TRAITS AND INFORMAL SOCIAL PROCESSES PREDICT ADVANCING IN MANAGEMENT?
    Tharenou, Phyllis // Academy of Management Journal; Oct2001, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p1005 

    In this study, I aimed to assess if traits and interpersonal support helped explain advancing in management from entry level to upper management, including gender differences in the links of interpersonal support. After human capital and promotion opportunities, managerial aspirations and...

  • A STUDY OF THE CORRELATES OF THE WILLINGNESS TO RELOCATE.
    Gould, Sam; Penley, Larry E. // Academy of Management Journal; Jun85, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p472 

    The article discusses a study pertaining to an employee's willingness to relocate and career advancement. Research has shown that an employee's willingness to relocate may depend on time based variables such as age, length of time in the job, and length of time living in the area. Situational...

  • Gender-based Barriers to Senior Management Positions: Understanding the Scarcity of Female CEOs.
    Oakley, Judith G. // Journal of Business Ethics; Oct2000 Part 2, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p321 

    Although the number of women in middle management has grown quite rapidly in the last two decades, the number of female CEOs in large corporations remains extremely low. This article examines many explanations for why women have not risen to the top, including lack of line experience, inadequate...

  • An Integrated Model of Career Change.
    Rhodes, Susan R.; Doering, Mildred // Academy of Management Review; Oct83, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p631 

    Career change research has suffered from the absence of a comprehensive theoretical framework. The proposed model of career change is based on career change research and previously tested turnover theory. Both the determinants and process of career change are explained by the model. Longitudinal...

  • An Analysis of the Reemployment Aspirations of Displaced Engineers and Scientists.
    Gutteridge, Thomas G.; Ullman, Joseph C. // Academy of Management Proceedings (00650668); 1974, p36 

    A majority of the 1,926 respondents included in this survey were willing to change occupations and take a paycut: Further, the actual labor market behavior of those engineers who obtained employment validated their professed flexibility: (1) two-thirds changed into either a related or unrelated...

  • CORRELATES OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL MOBILITY: A LONGITUDINAL INVESTIGATION.
    Griffeth, Rodger W.; Cohen, Debra J.; Johnston, Mark W.; Burton, Scot // Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings; 1992, p53 

    Employee movement out of organizations has been examined extensively, but, research on movement inside the organization, is less profusive. This study uses a longitudinal quasi-experiment to investigate the relationships of work-related attitudes to promotion and turnover of 157 salespeople....

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