The Effect of Performance Management on Perceived Justice in Family Businesses in Hungary

Vajda, Éva (2022) The Effect of Performance Management on Perceived Justice in Family Businesses in Hungary. PhD thesis, Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem, Gazdálkodástani Doktori Iskola. DOI 10.14267/phd.2022003

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Abstract

My research connects to three main disciplines: Family Business Management, Organizational Behaviour Management, and Human Resource Management. Specifically, in my thesis proposal, I study the Performance Management System and its effects on perceived justice at family businesses. For identifying the research focus and questions and developing the research design, I apply the Interactive Model (Maxwell & Loomis, 2003), which has five main components: Purposes, Conceptual Framework, Research Questions, Methods, and Validity. In this interactive model, these five components form an integrated, interacting whole. The research questions play a central role. The components are closely tied to each other, and each element can influence and be influenced by the others, rather than being linked in a linear or cyclic sequence.

Item Type:Thesis (PhD thesis)
Supervisor:Branyiczki Imre, Wieszt Attila
Subjects:Management, business policy
Human resource management
ID Code:1169
Date:13 January 2022
DOI:10.14267/phd.2022003
Deposited On:14 Oct 2021 13:29
Last Modified:20 Apr 2022 07:06

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