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|Title:||The Rigor of QWL Evaluations Over Time:Evidence o A Modified Positive-Finings Bias|
Golembiewski, Robert T.
|Keywords:||QUALITY of work life,WORK environment,INTERVENTION (Administrative procedure),*RESEARCH ANALYSIS (Philosophy),LONGITUDINAL method,SOCIAL sciences|
|Issue Date:||2008-11-12 09:45:03 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||The present design focuses on possible changes over time in the rigor of QWL evaluations, which might support the interpretation of a positive-findings bias (PFB) in a limited range of the study's 22-year period of observation. Other analyses show no major PFB in QWL evaluative studies considered as an aggregate. This analysis adds a longitudinal perspective to these analyses, and finds evidence of PFB in part of the observational period.|
|Relation:||International Journal of Public Administration 15(7),1469-1492|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Public Administration ] Periodical Articles|
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