Vurain Tabvuma
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Crowding out intrinsic motivation in the public sector
Y Georgellis, E Iossa, V Tabvuma
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21 (3), 473-493, 2011
3832011
A meta‐analysis of the relationship between public service motivation and job satisfaction
F Homberg, D McCarthy, V Tabvuma
Public Administration Review 75 (5), 711-722, 2015
1772015
The impact of life events on job satisfaction
Y Georgellis, T Lange, V Tabvuma
Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (2), 464-473, 2012
1132012
Does public service motivation adapt?
Y Georgellis, V Tabvuma
Kyklos 63 (2), 176-191, 2010
742010
Orientation training and job satisfaction: A sector and gender analysis
V Tabvuma, Y Georgellis, T Lange
Human Resource Management 54 (2), 303-321, 2015
682015
Is the grass greener on the other side? A longitudinal study of the impact of employer change and occupational change on job satisfaction
Y Zhou, M Zou, M Williams, V Tabvuma
Journal of Vocational Behavior 99, 66-78, 2017
162017
Adaptation to externally driven change: The impact of political change on job satisfaction in the public sector
V Tabvuma, HTM Bui, F Homberg
Public Administration Review 74 (3), 384-395, 2014
142014
The gender gap in work–life balance satisfaction across occupations
M Dilmaghani, V Tabvuma
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2019
132019
No Rosy glasses in Bluesy Ghettos? Job satisfaction of pink and blue collar workers and the comparable worth legislations
M Dilmaghani, V Tabvuma
Labor History 60 (4), 392-407, 2019
52019
Public service motivation in the Chinese public and private sectors
D McCarthy, P Wei, F Homberg, V Tabvuma
Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, 2019
42019
Motivation in public sector organizations–introduction to the special issue
F Homberg, V Tabvuma, K Heine
Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, 2014
32014
Investigation into intrinsic motivation and reputational concerns in the public sector
V Tabvuma
School of Social Sciences Theses, 2010
12010
Fragile Families in Quebec and the Rest of Canada: A Comparison of Parental Work-Life Balance Satisfaction
M Dilmaghani, V Tabvuma
Population Research and Policy Review, 1-34, 2021
2021
Who pays for my lies? Comparing dishonesty at the expense of the experimenter and fellow subjects
M Dilmaghani, V Tabvuma
Economics Letters 194, 109385, 2020
2020
Work-Life Balance Satisfaction of Parents in Fragile Families across Canada
M Dilmaghani, V Tabvuma
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 17944, 2019
2019
Political Preferences Matter: The Impact of Preference Matching on Job Satisfaction in the Public Sector
V Tabvuma, H Bui, F Homberg
British Academy of Management, 2012
2012
The impact of on-the-job training and workplace socialization on intrinsic motivation
V Tabvuma, Y Georgellis
2011
Political Preferences Matter: The Impact of Political Preference Matching on Job Satisfaction in the Public Sector
V Tabvuma, H Bui, F Homberg
Motivation in Public Sector Organizations–Evidence and Future Challenges
V Tabvuma, K Heine, F Homberg
EVIDENCE-BASED HRM
V Tabvuma, K Heine, F Homberg
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