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Key Topics: - The application of intellectual capital in practice - Linking theory and practice - Intellectual capital reporting - Intellectual capital based risk assessment - Human capital management - Social and cultural capital - Intellectual capital and the economy - Measurement of...
Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific study of working and the application of that science to workplace issues facing individuals, teams, and organizations. The scientific method is applied to investigate issues of critical relevance to individuals, businesses, and society.
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to: - How under-represented are women in fields such as finance, economics and central banks? - What are the factors that keep women from advancing in their careers? - What benefits does increased diversity appear to convey to...
EAWOP Early Career Summer Schools are designed to foster European research collaboration and to support the development of promising researchers in the field of work and organizational psychology.
List of Themes: - Fertility, Family, Marriage and Work (D13, J1) - Labour Market Discrimination (J7, J15, J16) - Retirement (J14, J26, J32) - Labour Supply and Taxation (H2, J22) - Labour Force and Employment (J21) - Labour Demand (J23) - Occupational Choice and Intergenerational Mobility (J44,...
Confrence theme tracks: Political and Stakeholder Strategies for the Era of De‐Globalization; The Promise of Digital to Address Global Challenges; International Governance in Companies; Sharing the Gains of Globalization. Interest group tracks: Competitive Strategy; Corporate Strategy; Global...
Theme Tracks: - Scope and Structure of the Firm - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability - Globalization and Emerging Markets - Innovation and Knowledge - Entrepreneurship - Governance, Leadership and Human Capital
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