Evidence on Attitudes toward Alternative Sharing Arrangements
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Attitudes of undergraduates toward a range of alternative organizational forms are surveyed. Results show that student prefer firms where employees have significant ownership and control. Our findings strongly support the hypothesis of a strong gender effect influencing undergraduates' preferences for different types of firms. Results also indicate the importance of political orientation in influencing respondents' preferences.
Egan, Daniel; Herrmann, Douglass J.; and Jones, Derek C., "Evidence on Attitudes toward Alternative Sharing Arrangements" (1989). Hamilton Digital Commons.
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