On Job Rotation

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Metin M. Cosgel; Thomas J. Miceli;
(1998)
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    • jel: jel:D20 | jel:J24 | jel:O30 | jel:L23

A fundamental principle of economics with which Adam Smith begins The Wealth of Nations is the division of labor. Some firms, however, have been pursuing a practice called job rotation, which assigns each worker not to a single and specific task but to a set of several ... View more
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