A RELATIONAL FAIRNESS PERSPECTIVE ON INDIVIDUALITY AND INDIVIDUALIZATION IN CONTEMPORARY APPROACHES TO COMPENSATION IN ORGANIZATIONS: A STUDY OF SOCIAL RATIONALITY, DIF-FERENCE, AND DIFFERENTIATION

Martin Lund Petersen

    Research output: ThesisPh.D. thesis

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    Abstract

    The primary concern of this thesis is to explore the relations between contemporary compensation systems based on individualization and individuality, the constitution of the fair claim, the causality of blame and the causality of rewarding, and the need to belong and it relation with human motivation. More specifically, the primary research question on which this thesis is based is: How is the fair claim constituted in, respec-tively, a compensation system based on individualization and individuality, a social relational perspective; and in which ways might potential differences influence horizon-tal relations?
    Translated title of the contributionEt relationelt fairness perspektiv på individualitet og individualisering i nyere tilgange til kompensation i organisationer: Et studie af social rationalitet, forskellighed og forskellig-gørelse
    Original languageEnglish
    Supervisors/Advisors
    • Scheuer, Steen, Principal supervisor
    • Collin, Finn, Co-supervisor, External person
    Publisher
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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