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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (61), 2017
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Davidov Pinchas
Ph.D, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, Azrieli College of Engineering, Jerusalem (ACE)

Motivation of employees on the state sector of Israel:
tendencies and regularities (Israel, Jerusalem)
The article discusses specificities of motivation of state employees in Israeli economy focusing on the dominating source of motivation according to J. Barbuto and R. Scholl. On the basis of Gerchikov typological model, the author distinguishes the major motivation type of employees in the state sector of the country’s economy
Key words: Israel, personnel motivation, employee’s motivation structure, state sector of Israeli economy
Pages: 158 - 160



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