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Nepotism in Organizations by Robert G. Jones

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A Model of Organizational Nepotism

Bridgette K. Mulder

De Paul University

The purpose of this chapter1 is to present a model of organizational nepotism that integrates the limited research on nepotism with more robust research findings from closely related areas (e.g., organizational justice, affirmative action, family-owned businesses). Many of the constructs and relationships presented in the model have already been addressed in the previous chapters and the objective here is to provide a clear rationale while minimizing repetition. To begin, the underlying assumptions of the model are discussed first, followed by the presentation of the model, and concluding with some preliminary research findings and implications. If a reader has not yet ...

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