Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Aleksandra Spik – Ph.D. on organisational commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour

Aleksandra Spik – Ph.D. on organisational commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour

Aleksandra Spik successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, concerning the organisational commitment and employee’s organisational citizenship behaviours. The employee attitudes are rarely analysed by researchers in Poland, and Dr. Spik attempted to outline their consequences beneficial to organisations, as well as their links to the individual life satisfaction. The research project involved cultural adaptation of internationally-accepted … Continued

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Magdalena Miedzianowska – Ph.D. on creative class and EU structural funds

Magdalena Miedzianowska – Ph.D. on creative class and EU structural funds

Magdalena Miedzianowska successfully defended her doctoral dissertation, concerning the relations between projects co-funded from the European Union regional funds and the development of creative class in Poland. The thesis was prepared under the supervision of Prof. Krzysztof Klincewicz at TiMO. Dr. Miedzianowska based her research on Richard Florida’s concept of creative class and “3Ts” model, … Continued