David B. Balkin mainly focuses on Marketing, Public relations, Principal–agent problem, Industrial organization and Function. His study in Marketing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Microeconomics, Entrepreneurship and Compensation. His Public relations study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Self-efficacy.
His Principal–agent problem study incorporates themes from Employee motivation and Agency. The various areas that David B. Balkin examines in his Industrial organization study include Executive compensation and Outcome. His Function research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Strategic management, Human resource management and Manufacturing firms.
David B. Balkin spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Compensation, Marketing and Entrepreneurship. His study in the fields of Self-efficacy and Creativity under the domain of Social psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Motivation crowding theory. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Identity, Human resource management and Agency.
His work carried out in the field of Compensation brings together such families of science as Management, Job satisfaction, Human resources and Actuarial science. His work on Commercialization as part of general Marketing research is often related to Structure, thus linking different fields of science. His Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Incentive, Content analysis and Industrial organization.
David B. Balkin mainly investigates Social psychology, Creativity, Management, Motivation crowding theory and Self-determination theory. He interconnects Entitlement and Public relations in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Pedagogy, Performance management and Management development.
His Management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social science and Meritocracy. His studies deal with areas such as Job crafting, Organizational transformation, Self and Organizational change as well as Identity. His Conceptual model study overlaps with Thriving, Human resources, Organizational performance, Human resource management and Positive economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Social psychology, Management, Family business and Identity. His research integrates issues of Pedagogy and Performance management in his study of Public relations. While working on this project, David B. Balkin studies both Social psychology and Conceptual model.
His Family business research includes elements of Social exchange theory and Competitive advantage. His Distress research overlaps with Human resource management and Marketing. David B. Balkin has included themes like Organizational culture, Knowledge management and Social control in his Marketing study.
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Gestión de recursos humanos
Luis R. Gomez-Mejia;David B. Balkin;Robert L. Cardy.
Determinants of faculty pay: An agency theory perspective.
Luis R. Gomez-Mejia;David B. Balkin.
Compensation, Organizational Strategy, and Firm Performance
Luis R. Gomez-Mejia;David B. Balkin.
Inventors and New Venture Formation: the Effects of General Self–Efficacy and Regretful Thinking:
Gideon D. Markman;David B. Balkin;Robert A. Baron.
Entrepreneurship and university-based technology transfer
Gideon D. Markman;Phillip H. Phan;David B. Balkin;Peter T. Gianiodis.
IS CEO PAY IN HIGH-TECHNOLOGY FIRMS RELATED TO INNOVATION?
David B. Balkin;Gideon D. Markman;Luis R. Gomez-Mejia.
Organizational Culture and Innovation: A Meta-Analytic Review
Thorsten Büschgens;Andreas Bausch;David B. Balkin.
Matching compensation and organizational strategies
David B. Balkin;Luis R. Gomez-Mejia.
Are perseverance and self‐efficacy costless? Assessing entrepreneurs' regretful thinking
Gideon D. Markman;Robert A. Baron;David B. Balkin.
Innovation speed: Transferring university technology to market
Gideon D. Markman;Peter T. Gianiodis;Phillip H. Phan;David B. Balkin.
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