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Role of Institutional Environment in Preference of HPWS by Banks in Russia

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  • Bordunos, Aleksandra K.
  • Kosheleva, Sofia V.

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This qualitative research aims to explore reasons behind banks' revealed preference of High Performance Work System (HPWS). Theoretical base form Institutional and Self-Determination theories. The data was analysed using theoretical thematic analysis on a latent level method, voluntary disclosure index, correlation analyses, DEA. The paper provides insights on possible reasons preventing companies from applying more suitable HPWS, showcases good case practices of how companies overcome institutional sophistication, and the role of employers' engagement in overcoming institutional voids. High Productivity Work System is more beneficial for voluntary disclosure, although banks' technical efficiency is associated with more advanced HPWS types.

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  • Bordunos, Aleksandra K. & Kosheleva, Sofia V., 2016. "Role of Institutional Environment in Preference of HPWS by Banks in Russia," Conference Papers 8607, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University.
  • Handle: RePEc:sps:cpaper:8607
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    High Performance Work System; HPWS; banks; institutional theories; technical efficiency; self determination theory; institutional voids; Russia;
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