Subjective Well Being and the Labour Market by P-Emerald

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This e-book contributes to the growing literature on job satisfaction. It explores the determinants of job satisfaction in the context of subjective evaluations of jobs. With studies comparing first and second generation self employed, entrepreneurship in France, culture and beliefs and their effects on job satisfaction, effects of HRM practices and job loss adaptation, this e-book is a genuine enrichment of current literature.

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									Subjective Well Being and
the Labour Market
Subjective Well Being and the Labour Market
International Journal of Manpower

Editor: Yannis Georgellis
Editor: Thomas Lange



Edition: Volume 29, Issue 7
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This e-book contributes to the growing literature on job satisfaction. It explores the determinants of job
satisfaction in the context of subjective evaluations of jobs. With studies comparing first and second
generation self employed, entrepreneurship in France, culture and beliefs and their effects on job
satisfaction, effects of HRM practices and job loss adaptation, this e-book is a genuine enrichment of
current literature.

								
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