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Susan Linz

Emeritus Professor
Ph.D., University of Illinois

E-mail: linz@msu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

  • Economic transition
  • Changing labor market conditions
  • Business/economic conditions
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Influence of personality traits/attitudes on employee performance
  • "Gender Gap in Upward Mobility: What is the Role of Non-Cognitive Traits?" (forthcoming 2017) International Journal of Manpower (with Luke Chu).
  • "Good Governance in Transition Economies: A Comparative Analysis," in Sisay Asefa and Wei-Chiao Huang (eds.) The Political Economy of Good Governance (W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research) (2015).
  • "Economic Security and Democratic Capital: Why Do Some Democracies Survive and Others Fail?" Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics vol 50 (2014), pp. 13-28 (with Thomas Jeitschko, Jose Noguera and Anastasia Semykina).
  • "Job Satisfaction and Perceived Gender Equality in Advance Promotion Opportunities: An Empirical Investigation," Kyklos vol 66, no 4 (November 2013) pp. 591-619 (with Anastasia Semykina).
  • "Good Governance in Transition Economies: A Comparative Analysis"
  • "Gender Differences in Work Ethic: A Comparative Analysis of Managers and Workers"

Michigan State University Department of Economics