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23.02.2016Comments are closed.

Keywords: HR systems, relational climates, proactive behavior. Author(s): Saša Batistič, PhD, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth Business School, England; Matej Černe, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Robert Kaše, PhD,  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics;  Ivan Župič,  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics. Abstract: Emphasizing the role of the organizational context and adopting a multilevel approach, […]

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10.02.2016Comments are closed.

Keywords: Monetary incentives, social pressure, cognitive control. Author(s): Ličen Mina, Hartmann Frank, Repovš Grega, Slapničar Sergeja. Abstract: We compare the effects of two prominent organizational control mechanisms—social pressure and monetary incentive—on cognitive control. Cognitive control underlies the human ability to regulate thoughts and actions in the pursuit of behavioral goals. Previous studies show that monetary […]

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20.01.2016Comments are closed.

Keywords: excellence; performance management and performance measurement; public administration; organisation theory; social responsibility Author(s): Nina Tomaževič, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Administration; Metka Tekavčič, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Darja Peljhan, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to develop an integrated performance management model as an […]

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07.01.2016Comments are closed.

Keywords: statistics education, qualitative research, student motivation, skill transfer Author(s): Irena Ograjenšek, Faculty of Economics University of Ljubljana & Iddo Gal, University of Haifi Purpose of this article: In this paper, we propose to re-examine the role of qualitative thinking in the early stages of learning statistics and, where relevant, integrate selected elements of qualitative […]

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06.01.2016Comments are closed.

Keywords: Climate change mitigation, strategy, carbon-intensive firms, CO2 emissions, sustainability. Author(s): Simon Čadež, Univerza v Ljubljani; Albert Czerny, RWTH Aachen Abstract: This study explores corporate strategies to mitigate climate change of large CO2 polluters. Unlike most prior studies in the area, which have attempted to identify configurations of firms pursuing similar strategies, this study appraises […]

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18.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: research productivity; research quality; teaching quality; performance evaluation; university Author(s): Simon Čadež, Vlado Dimovski, Maja Zaman Groff; University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics Abstract: The workload of most academics involves two main activities: research and teaching. Despite the dual nature of the work, career advancement usually chiefly depends on research performance. Since academics are […]

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11.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: energy intensity, energy consumption, energy prices, energy taxes, gross domestic product, European Union. Author(s): Sanja Filipović, PhD, Economics Institute, Serbia Miroslav Verbič, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics Mirjana Radovanović, PhD, Educons University, Serbia Abstract: The aim of this article is to analyse the energy intensity in EU-28 member states for the period […]

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09.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Environmental Proactivity, Firm Performance, Fuzzy-set Analysis. Author(s): Kaja Primc, PhD, Tomaž Čater, PhD, Faculty of Economics University of Ljubljana Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore causal complexity in the relationship between environmental proactivity and firm performance. Using data collected from 27 Australian firms and controlling for the organizational life cycle, type […]

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03.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: matrix algebra, Jordan triple product, homomorphism, Hermitian matrix. Author(s): Damjana Kokol Bukovšek, PhD and Blaž Mojškerc, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics Abstract: We characterize all Jordan triple product homomorphisms, that is, mappings  satisfying from the set of all Hermitian  complex matrices to the field of complex numbers. Further, we characterize all Jordan triple product […]

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03.12.2015Comments are closed.

Keywords: Ride-sharing; Carpooling; Sustainable transport; Integer programming. Author(s): Mitja Štiglic, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics; Niels Agatz, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam School of Management; Martin Savelsbergh, H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology; Mirko Gradisar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics. Purpose: We design and implement an algorithm that […]

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