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Effects of Influence of Professional Identity on Labor Results and Subjective Well-Being

Effects of Influence of Professional Identity on Labor Results and Subjective Well-Being

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 10 (no. 4),

The analysis scheme adopted by us in this study summarizes and extends the results of previous works on subjective well-being (SWB) and organizational effectiveness. In this article, we will examine how self-identification can affect the involvement, productivity, and subjective well-being of employees of organizations by the example of scientific and pedagogical workers. We made the analysis of increasing labor productivity possibilities and job satisfaction, by using economic agents of their strong individual characteristics and involvement in organizational citizenship behavior (OCB).


Keywords: subjective well-being; subjective well-being factors and components; identity, engagement, performance, scientific and pedagogical workers

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