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Summary of: Thomas Gries & Veronika Müller, 2020. “Conflict Economics and Psychological Human Needs,” Working Papers CIE 135, Paderborn University, CIE Center for International Economics. Background & Theory The basic approach in conflict economics, to explain motives and conditions for civil strife, is based on the assumption of choice. Wars, civil conflicts, or terrorism are thus analyzed...

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Summary of: Fida, M., Khan, M., and Safdar A., “Job satisfaction in banks: Significance of emotional intelligence and workplace environment” (2019). Scholars Bulletin. 504-512. Background & Theory: Emotional intelligence is characterized by one’s ability to perceive, express, and regulate emotional responses in oneself as well as in others. When combined with a workplace environment, the...

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If you are, as they say, a left-brained person, you may find it difficult to manage conflict in the workplace when it springs up between employees. Your logic-leaning mind will look at the situation objectively and implement an immediate action plan to mitigate the troubles that are likely to get in the way of productivity...

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