Work Motivation in the Context of a Globalizing Economy

Synopsis

Work Motivation in the Context of a Globalizing Economy evolved from a work motivation conference held in Israel, attended by a group of internationally renowned scholars. These scholars were given the charge of creating a vision of motivation research for the 21st century. Coming from different parts of the world, the scholars represent a wide range of perspectives from the very micro focus on the individual level of motivation, through the meso level of groups and organizations, and up to the macro level of culture. The authors provide an entry to the book by summarizing several mega-trends manifest across all of the chapters and identifying several emerging trends that are left for future research.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Miriam Erez
  • Uwe Kleinbeck
  • Henk Thierry
  • Dov Eden
  • Edwin A. Locke
  • Miriam Erez
  • Uwe Kleinbeck
  • Henk Thierry
  • Dov Eden
  • Edwin A. Locke
  • Robert E. Wood
  • Jane George-Falvy
  • Shelda Debowski
  • Jürgen Wegge
  • Klaus-Helmut Schmidt
  • Zeeva Millman
  • Gary Latham
  • Michael Frese
  • Avraham N. Kluger
  • Abraham K. Korman
  • Wendelien Van Eerde
  • Daniel R. Ilgen
  • Lori Sheppard
  • Jen A. Algera
  • George B. Graen
  • Chun Hui
  • Benjamin Schneider
  • D. Brent Smith
  • Michelle C. Paul
  • Anat Rafaeli
  • Katherine J. Klein
  • Lyman W. Porter
  • Gregory A. Bigley
  • Kathy A. Hanisch
  • Charles L. Hulin
  • Steven T. Seitz
  • Meni Koslowsky
  • Kwok Leung
  • Simcha Ronen
  • P. Christopher Earley
  • Nigel Nicholson
  • Michael Harris Bond
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Mahwah, NJ
Publication year:
  • 2001