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Ignatius Ikechukwu Uche, Olusoji George and Wuraola Abiola

? Journal of Vocational Behaviour 68(3): 446–460. Struwig, F. W.; Stead, G. B. (2001). Planning, designing and reporting research . Cape Town: Pearson. Uchenna, C. O. (2013). Counterproductive work behaviour among employees in emotionally demanding jobs: the roles of perceived organisational support, job burnout, and age. Nigerian Journal of Applied Behavioural Sciences 1: 105–114. Vardi, Y.; Weitz, E. (2004). Misbehaviour in organisations: theory, research, and management . NJ: London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Vigoda, E. (2002). Stress

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Mladen Knežević, Radojka Kraljević and Jozo Jurković

:10.1006/jevp.2000.0179 LAZARUS, R. S. (1966), Psychological stress and the coping process . New York: McGraw-Hill OJOBO, H. I., MOHAMAD, S., SAID, I. (2014), “Validating the Measures of Perceived Restorativeness in Obudu Mountain Resort, Cross River State, Nigeria”. Open Journal of Social Sciences , 2(11):1-6. DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.211001 PULJIĆ, I., KNEŽEVIĆ, M., ŠEGOTA, T. (2018), “Case 8: Dubrovnik. ‘Overtourism’? – Understanding and Managing Urban Tourism Growth beyond Perceptions”, Volume 2: Case Studies. World Tourism Organization; Centre

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Marlena A. Bednarska

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Zazli Lily Wisker and Athanasios Poulis

development, Organization & People, 14(2), pp. 55-61. Johlke, M.C. (2006), Sales presentation skills and salesperson job performance, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 21(5), pp. 311-319. Joseph, D.L., Newman, D.A. (2010), Emotional intelligence: An integrative meta‑analysis and cascading model, Journal of Applied Psychology, 95, pp. 54-78. Kidwell, B.R., McFarland, R., Avila, A. (2007), Perceiving Emotion in the Buyer-Seller Interchange: The Moderated Impact on Performance, Journal of Personal Selling & Sales

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Błażej Motyka

engagement worldwide. According to the Gallup Institute, globally only 15% of workers can be described as fully engaged in their work, while 85% are not engaged or are actively disengaged [ Gallup, 2017 ]. The causes of the deepening “disengagement crisis” lie in the absence of support to employees in achieving what they perceive for themselves as meaningful results [ Forbes , 2014]. The academic community also sees the problem of low employee engagement and its negative impact on business outcomes. According to Teresa Amabile of the Harvard Business School, cited in

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Ada T. Cenkci

accomplishing organizational goals. Power is the capability to affect others’ actions, thoughts, and emotions [ Borkowski, 2011 ]. Leaders utilize different power bases to influence followers by attracting one or more of their needs [ Hellriegel and Slocum, 2007 ]. Previous research has shown that leaders’ power base choices affect a number of organizational outcomes, such as the degree of cooperative behavior and organizational commitment [ Munduate and Dorado, 1998 ], employee job stress [ Erkutlu and Chafra, 2006 ], and organizational citizenship behavior [ Reiley and

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Jacek Lewkowicz and Anna Lewczuk

article is the last one, dedicated to an empirical evaluation of union density determinants. The model is based on the panel data for 28 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) members and is devoted to the union density issue. It includes general macroeconomic variables and the aforementioned legal origins and government ideologies. The main aim of the article is to empirically investigate the impact of legal origins and government ideologies on trade union density. 2 The economic foundations of trade unions Trade unions may be perceived as

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Leokadia Oręziak

federal taxes, subsidies, and financial and material transfers to social groups and regions. Hallett [2017] points out that fiscal federalism introduces risk sharing by taking regional surpluses from those in good times (relative to trend) to those in bad times. The concept of fiscal federalism was introduced to economic literature by Richard Musgrave [1959] . Then, federalism had become the subject of research by many different authors, such as Wallace E. Oates [1972] or James Buchanan [1995] . Fiscal federalism is often perceived as a way of dividing the risk

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Joanna Jaszczuk, Anna Białek-Jaworska, Krzysztof Opolski, Marek Sylwestrzak and Katarzyna Trzpioła

variable formulated in the same manner. He stressed complementarity of leasing and non-leasing debt using the same dependent variable and several types of debt. The results of the study confirmed that industries such as food, air transport and retail sales have higher tendency to finance with leasing. The tobit model of the degree of leasing usage in asset financing confirms that liabilities, debt with mortgage security, share of subordinated debt, limitations in leasing and share of debt in company’s capital structure indicate significant relationship with the usage of