PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Mr. Harel Gedaliahu (Deceased)
No of theses 17
Department Industrial Engineering and Management
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Shay Tzafrir 2002 PhD Abstracts Human Resource Management and Trust in the Organizational Context
David Fridman 2004 MSc Abstracts The Relation between the Contextual Factors and the Recruitment Practices within High-Tech Companies in Israel
Sharon Rendlich 2002 MSc Abstracts Intercultural Adjustment of Romanian Legal Foreign Workers in the Construction Sector in Israel
Orit Palnizky 2002 MSc Abstracts Cross Cultural Differences in Coping with Unemployment
Edna Levy 2001 MSc The Factors Influencing Employees' Willingness to Relocate Outside of Israel in High-Tech Industries
Sharon Maayan 2001 MSc The Commitment of Students to Work and to Studies – Duality or Unilateral?
Ronit Ben-Non-Halparin 1997 MSc The Effect of Individval Variables, Perceptions and Different Pay Systems, on Pay Satisfaction
Shay Tzafrir 1997 MSc The Relations Between Human Recource Management Practices, Industrial Relations Prformance and Perceptions of Organizational Performance
Anat Arditi 1996 MSc Behavioral Description Interview Versus Assessment Centre Concurrent Validity Comparison
Izhak Nadler 1996 MSc The Influence of B and W and Color Contrast on the Visual Acuity of Helicopter Pilots Using Night Vision Devices
Merav Eshel 1995 MSc The Effect of Distributive Justice and Procedural Justice On Pay Satisfaction
Daphna Rom-Nagy 1990 MSc Training Programs Integrated in Manpower Reductions
Mira Shkedy 1990 MSc Emploers Attitudes Towards Hiring Disadcautaged Youth
Ofer Lahav 1989 MSc Factors and Cheracteristics Affectivng Aspects of the
Michal Admati-Dvir 1989 MSc Sex Discrimination in Compensation and Opportunities
Nirit Maayan 1989 MSc The Use of Prouisional Liquidation Proceeding as a T Tool of