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    • What We Have Learned about Terrorism since 9/11 

      Gaibulloev, Khusrav; Sandler, Todd (American Economic Association, 2019)
      This overview examines critically the post-9/11 empirical literature on terrorism. Major contributions by both economists and political scientists are included. We focus on five main themes: the changing nature of terrorism, ...
    • Who Gets the Lion's Share? Top Management Group Pay Disparities and Powerful CEOs. 

      McClelland, Patrick; Brodtkorb, Tor (American University of Sharjah, 2013-06-05)
      While the distribution of pay across the hierarchy of corporations has received considerable critical attention, the distribution of pay within top management groups has received comparatively little. This paper contributes ...
    • Women, work and management in the Middle East 

      Rodriguez, Jenny; Ridgway, Maranda; Kemp, Linzi (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019)
      The role and position of women in the Middle East continues to be the subject of much interest in discussion in the public arena and despite questions about their under-representation in work and management, their experiences ...
    • Workforce localization and HRM practices in the Gulf countries: a literature review 

      Waxin, Marie-France; Bateman, Rob (European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), 2015-04)
      As members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the states of Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates pursue localization as a government policy aimed at increasing the participation of ...
    • Workforce localization in the UAE : recruitment and selection challenges and practices in private and public organizations 

      Waxin, Marie-France; Lindsay, Valerie; Belkhodja, Omar; Zhao, Fang (Tennessee State University College of Business, 2018)
      Workforce localization (WL) has become an issue of increasing importance in the Arab Gulf region, a key emerging market, where, in many cases, local citizens are the minority in terms of population, and compete with high ...