Psychological Ownership and the Organizational Context: Theory, Research Evidence, and Application
Psychological ownership as a phenomenon and construct attracts an increasing number of scholars in a variety of fields. This volume presents a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the psychological ownership literature with particular attention paid to
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the genesis of psychological ownership
4 Owners and the targets of ownership feelings
5 The routes to psychological ownership
the hypothesized consequences of psychological ownership
7 The hypothesized antecedents of psychological ownership
the employeeowned organization
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Jon L. Pierce,Iiro Jussila
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