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The determinants of the incidence and the effects of participatory organizations

The determinants of the incidence and the effects of participatory organizations

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Published by JAI in Amsterdam, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Management -- Employee participation.,
  • Employee ownership.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Takao Kato, Jeffrey Pliskin.
    SeriesAdvances in the economic analysis of participatory and labor-managed firms -- 7
    ContributionsKato, Takao., Pliskin, Jeffrey.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 266 p. :
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22494189M
    ISBN 100762310006

      The Healthy People Social Determinants of Health topic area is organized into 5 place-based domains:Economic StabilityEducationHealth and Health CareNeighborhood and Built EnvironmentSocial and Community ContextDiscrimination is a . The social determinants of health are linked to the economic and social conditions and their distribution among the population that influence individual and group differences in health status. They are health promoting factors found in one's living and working conditions (such as the distribution of income, wealth, influence, and power), rather than individual risk factors (such as behavioural.


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This volume of "Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms" consists of ten original papers. The first five papers address the effects of institutions of governance (at the workplace and corporate levels), including new forms of workplace governance (e.g., self-directed teams), a traditional form (or trade unions) and financial participation schemes.

Pendleton, A., Poutsma, E., Van Ommeren, J. and Brewster, C. () The incidence and determinants of employee share ownership and profit sharing in Europe.

In: Kato, T. and Pliskin, J. (eds.) The determinants of the incidence and the effects of participatory organizations: theory and international comparisons. Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory & Labor-managed.

The Determinants of the Incidence and the Effects of Participatory Organizations, Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms Volume 7 (Elsevier/JAI, ).

The results obtained were appealing as participatory techniques do not propel participative management as having a positive impact on organizational performance where as only skill variety and task significance have a positive impact on employee effectiveness.

Determinants of the Extent of Participatory Employment Practices: Evidence from Japan Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp.October 27 Pages Posted: 17 Sep Cited by:   Participatory budgeting (PB), citizens deliberating among themselves and with officials to decide how to allocate funds for public goods, has been increasingly implemented across Europe and worldwide.

While PB is recommended as good practice by the World Bank and the United Nations, with potential to improve health and wellbeing, it is unclear what evaluations have been conducted on the.

It examines the effect that the political system—features of the ruling party, interparty competition, voters, and interest groups—has on the development of e-participatory government.

Organizations can create a strong implementation climate by making use of a variety of implementation policies and procedures that enhance organizational members’ means, motives and opportunity for innovation use [38, 45, 60].

For example, organizations can strengthen the implementation climate by making sure that targeted employees have easy. This handbook draws on the work of a vast number of people and organizations who have been involved in the work of the Network of Youth Programme for the Prevention of Substance Abuse.

We would like therefore to thank the numerous people who have directly and indirectly influenced or contributed to the production of this handbook.

interactive effects of various determinants on innovation would require both theoretical models to map the relationships among variables and access to a substantial number of empirical studies of causal models of structure-innovation (e.g., Moch, ), but such studies are scarce.

The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of a short-term participatory intervention in health care institutions in Norway on workers' control, other job characteristics, job stress, subjective health and job satisfaction.

Participants (including managers and supervisors) were randomly allocated to intervention groups and to a control group. A community-based participatory research approach (CBPR; Minkler & Wallerstein, ) can identify and address the social determinants of health that impact Aboriginal children and their communities.

Participatory leadership or management is a style in which decisions are taken with the staffs' participation; prudence and participatory management allows the managers to enter into a part of the group and make better decisions. Participatory management is a leadership style that believes it can provide the opportunity to enhance the.

Chapters examine the effects of participatory research on the community, research quality, collaborative challenges, and best practices. This text elucidates the challenges and successes of community psychology and will help set the course for future research in.

To explore the emerging field of participatory approaches in epidemiology, a scoping review [31, 32] was conducted encompassing original studies, conceptual articles, book chapters, and reports (grey literature).Firstly, a hand search conducted by the authors generated 71 manuscripts addressing participation in epidemiologic research.

PAR has struggled to maintain a place in the research hierarchy, although there is some Focus on process and outcomes evidence of its success in the market for Some forms of participatory research are books and journals, such as Reason and more concerned with processes leading to Bradbury () and the Journal of Action Grayindd 2.

Participatory management practice balances the involvement of managers and their subordinates in information processing, decision making and problem solving endeavors (Wager, ). Worker participation implies arrangements designed to involve workers in the enterprises decision making process.

This allows. Faith organizations have a long history of welfare work with marginalized groups (Ayton et al., a) and Faith Community Nurses could help expand healthy settings work to address the social determinants of health equity through more partnerships with health and welfare organizations.

Downloadable. This article contributes to the political economic literature regarding the effects of industrial relations institutions on national economic outcomes. Based on an econometric analysis of the determinants of wage moderation in sixteen industrialized countries between andit argues that the organizational characteristics of trade unions have a significant impact on wage.

done so in the previous year (Statistics Canada, ). Furthermore,(%) of First Nations,(%) of Métis (%) of Inuit had engaged in some of these activities within the previous year (Statistics Canada, ).

Language use According to the Census of Population, there are over 60 Aboriginal. existent baselines. The guide also shows how participatory methods can be used to attribute impact or change to project activities, supported by cross-checking.

Many of the methods used produce numerical data, and so the guide describes how the systematic use of these methods can produce conventional statistics to describe project impacts. Urban health inequities often reflect and follow the geographic patterns of inequality in the social, economic and environmental conditions within a city—the so-called determinants of health.

Evidence of patterns within these conditions can support decision-making by identifying where action is urgent and which policies and interventions are needed to mitigate negative impacts and enhance.

In addition, we find a negative relationship between the change in firms' market to book ratio and earnings volatility. We also find banks increase leverage after ERM adoption. Overall, our results fail to find support for the proposition that ERM is value creating, although further study is.

Racism may be intentional or unintentional. It operates at various levels in society. Racism is a driving force of the social determinants of health (like housing, education and employment) and is a barrier to health equity. To achieve health equity and create the Healthiest Nation in One Generation, we must address injustices caused by racism.

A consensus of those at a meeting of the World Health organization (WHO) held in Gothenburg, Sweden in defines HIA as “a combination of procedures, methods, and tools by which a policy, program [a series of projects over time], or project may be judged as to its potential effects on the health of a population, and the distribution of.

Effect on Project Scope: Though participatory analysis simplifies some aspects of the evaluation process, it is not without cost. Preparation for participatory analysis takes time, and necessitates the creation of an additional product—the data placemats (or other presentation materials).

Using a modified social ecological model, we conducted a review of the literature and nationwide statistics on African American health. We discuss the main social determinants of health and main health disparities, risk factors, the leading causes of morbidity and mortality, and access to health services for blacks in the USA.

The mechanisms through which social determinants, including. Globalization is a key context for the study of social determinants of health (SDH). Broadly stated, SDH are the conditions in which people live and work, and that affect their opportunities to lead healthy lives.

In this first article of a three-part series, we describe the origins of the series in work conducted for the Globalization Knowledge Network of the World Health Organization's.

Participatory development and good governance Any debate over "participatory development" and "good governance" is inseparable from the end of the Cold War, the "lost decade" of the s, and evolving discussions over development strategies from the economic growth orientation of the s to the structural adjustment and sustainable development of the s.

Objectives. To explore the experiences of students and lecturers as well as identify potential benefits regarding the use of a participatory action research approach in a real learning context.

Methods. This was an action research study using a participatory approach. Research findings. Addressing Social Determinants of Health: Community-Based Participatory Approaches to Research and Practice Amy J.

Schulz, PhD, James Krieger, MD, MPH, and Sandro Galea, MD, MPH Health Education & Behavior 3, Tuesday, J1 to 2 p.m. EDT -- Many organizations, including health care and community based organizations, are working hard to address the impact of social, economic, and environmental factors that negatively affect the overall health of a community.

These social determinants of health can be difficult to identify, disproportionately strike hard-to-reach populations, and require. ABOUT THE JOURNAL Frequency: 4 issues/year ISSN: E-ISSN: JCR Impact Factor*: Ranked #6 out of 74 in Area Studies; #96 out of in Economics.

Economic Development and Cultural Change (EDCC) is an economic journal publishing studies that use modern theoretical and empirical approaches to examine both the determinants and the effects of various.

The welfare state is an example of an institution which pools resources to limit the negative effects of business cycles on incomes and unemployment.

Institutions conducive to development pool resources to provide the investments in education, health and infrastructure which lie at the basis of economic interaction and are necessary and.

Civic participation encompasses a wide range of formal and informal activities. 1 Examples include voting, volunteering, participating in group activities, and community gardening. Some are individual activities that benefit society (e.g., voting) or group activities that benefit either the group members (e.g., recreational soccer teams) or society (e.g., volunteer organizations).

1 In. Example 1: The Changes Project: Holyoke Community College and SABES West The Changes Project was a three-year participatory action research effort. Funded by a grant from the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, part of the U.S. Department of Education, its goal was to determine the effects on adult learners of the major changes in welfare regulations, immigration.

The social determinants of health are the economic and social conditions that influence individual and group differences in health status. They are the health promoting factors found in one's living and working conditions (such as the distribution of income, wealth, influence, and power), rather than individual risk factors (such as behavioral risk factors or genetics) that influence the risk.

However, integrated studies that simultaneously quantify the effects of crop residue burning while exploring the subjective determinants of the practice are lacking in India.

This paper describes the protocol for a longitudinal mixed methods research study employing a community-based participatory approach to fill this gap. Research on community effects is part of a resurgence of interest in the group-level, macrolevel, or ecological determinants of health.

It is related to a larger critique of the dominant paradigm in health research which implicitly assumes that all disease determinants are essentially individual-level attributes (Duncan et al.Diez-Roux. Lee C. Toxic waste and race in the United States. In: Race and the Incidence of Environmental Hazards (Bryant B, Mohai P, eds).

Boulder CO:Westview Press, 10– Morland K, Wing S, Diez Roux A. The contextual effect of the local food environment on residents’ diet: the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities study. Am J Public Health. Social determinants of health Last updated Decem The social determinants of health are the economic and social conditions that influence individual and group differences in health status.

[1] They are the health promoting factors found in one's living and working conditions (such as the distribution of income, wealth, influence, and power), rather than individual risk .BOX Definitions.

Structural inequities refers to the systemic disadvantage of one social group compared to other groups with whom they coexist, and the term encompasses policy, law, governance, and culture and refers to race, ethnicity, gender or gender identity, class, sexual orientation, and other domains.

The social determinants of health are the conditions in the environments in which.Participatory approaches, which rest on the creation of interactions between and across multiple levels and sectors, have been repeatedly proposed as a means of organizing social actions for health in a fashion that is more congruent with current understandings about the determinants of health conditions and the requirements for social change.