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4.Phd-  Shamir Balderman, O. (2018). Remote Workers and the Relationship between Organizational Management and Work-Related Attitudes and Emotions. University of Haifa, Faculty of Management, Department of Business Administration. Supervisors: Prof. Shay S. Tzafrir Prof. Guy Enosh. Number of pages: 256



5.       Desivilya Syna, H., Balderman-Shamir, O., and Shamir, M. (2020). Using organizational conflict to promote, ignore or hinder humanistic values? The case of managers' voices. In A. Lewis and N. Stanusch  (eds.) Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective.(167-188).  Information Age Publishing
6. Shamir Balderman, O. (forthcoming). Organizational learning in knowledge-based organizations: the case of a medical center in Israel. Journal of Health Management, Volume 23 Number 3 (September, 2021).