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Max M. Fisher College of Business

About: Max M. Fisher College of Business is a based out in . It is known for research contribution in the topics: Supply chain & Investment (macroeconomics). The organization has 317 authors who have published 1373 publications receiving 147404 citations.

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TL;DR: A meta-analysis of single-item measures ofOverall job satisfaction found an average uncorrected correlation of .63 (SD = .09) with scale measures of overall job satisfaction, which is slightly lower than the overall mean correlation.
Abstract: A meta-analysis of single-item measures of overall job satisfaction (28 correlations from 17 studies with 7,682 people) found an average uncorrected correlation of .63 (SD = .09) with scale measures of overall job satisfaction. The overall mean correlation (corrected only for reliability) is .67 (SD = .08), and it is moderated by the type of measurement scale used. The mean corrected correlation for the best group of scale measures (8 correlations, 1,735 people) is .72 (SD = .05). The correction for attenuation formula was used to estimate the minimum level of reliability for a single-item measure. These estimates range from .45 to .69, depending on the assumptions made.

2,986 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe the contributions to knowledge provided by the commentaries and articles contained in this issue and outline some additional areas of research wherein the resource-based view can be gainfully deployed.

2,901 citations

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TL;DR: The resource-based view can be positioned relative to at least three theoretical traditions: SCP-based theories of industry determinants of firm performance, neo-classical microeconomics, and evolutionary economics as discussed by the authors.

2,676 citations

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TL;DR: The authors examine the determinants and implications of holdings of cash and marketable securities by publicly traded U.S. firms in the 1971-1994 period and find evidence supportive of a static tradeoff model of cash holdings.

2,590 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the effects of three contextual factors, plant size, plant age and unionization status, on the likelihood of implementing 22 manufacturing practices that are key facets of lean production systems are examined.

2,576 citations


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René M. Stulz12447081342
Timothy A. Judge11321270640
Mike W. Peng8419538272
David Hirshleifer8028845928
Jay B. Barney7318799127
Michael S. Weisbach6316933370
Jerald Greenberg6211122755
Peter E. Rossi5412816863
Jeffrey J. Reuer5318011133
Oded Shenkar5013714419
Siew Hong Teoh4914221427
G. Andrew Karolyi478415651
Raymond A. Noe447817566
Kenneth K. Boyer43747092
Greg M. Allenby421799587
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