Event and Entity Justice Perceptions: Distributive Justice and Compensation System Fairness in International Joint Ventures
Conference Proceeding Article
The article presents a study seeking to extend the two-paradigm view of organizational justice research in Chinese-foreign international joint ventures. The article states that the study explores the extent to which event justice is related to entity justice, entity justice is related to employee reactions, and entity justice mediates between event justice and employee reactions. The article discusses the relationship between event and entity justice programs, compensation system fairness, and employee attitudes. The article concludes that the study provided strong support for the two-paradigm view that event justice perceptions lead to entity justice perceptions.
organizational justice, strategic alliances, joint ventures, employee attitudes, China
Asian Studies | International Business | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Academy of Management Proceedings
Academy of Management
City or Country
New Orleans, LA, USA
CHOI, Jae Pil and CHEN, Chao C..
Event and Entity Justice Perceptions: Distributive Justice and Compensation System Fairness in International Joint Ventures. (2004). Academy of Management Proceedings. F1-F6. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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