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Patriarchal Leadership and Anti-Production Behavior of Workers in State-Own Enterprises:Intermediate Effect Based on Interactive Equity
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Pages: 144-152
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Journal of Sichuan University(Social Science Edition)

Keyword:  patriarchal leadershipanti-production behaviorinteractive equitySOE;
Abstract: Using several SOE in Sichuan Province as samples, this research explores the effect of interactive equity on patriarchal leadership and the anti-production behavior of staff and workers. The results show that interactive equity can negatively predict the anti-production behavior of staff and workers, and that the three dimensions of patriarchal leadership ( that is, benevolent, moral, and authoritative leadership ) is differently related to the anti-production behavior of staff and workers. Specifically, benevolent and moral leadership have a positive effect while authoritative leadership will have a negative effect. Interactive equity has an intermediate effect between patriarchal leadership and the anti-production behavior of staff and workers. Therefore, it is suggested that proper adaptation in leadership be made to increase efficiency, that communication mechanism be established to improve interactive equity, and that criteria be specified to employ capable high level management personnel.
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