Corrigendum

Pages242-242
Date07 August 2017
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1108/EBHRM-08-2017-048
Publication Date07 August 2017
SubjectHR & organizational behaviour,Global HRM
Corrigendum
Schneck, S. (2013) Nonlinear evaluation of status and signal effects,Evidence-based HRM:
A Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship, Vol. 1 No. 2, pp. 112-129, doi: 10.1108/EBHRM-
12-2012-0020.
The variables in Tables IV-VI (Individual random-effects ordered probit results) are
presented in the wrong sequence. This leads to confusion and misinterpretation of the
estimated coefficients.
The following table presents the correct sequence, which allows for a straightforward
interpretation of the estimated coefficients.
List of variables in Tables IV-VI in original
publication
Correct sequence, which allows for the correct
interpretation of the estimated coefficients
rank
it,pos,ISCED
rank
it,pos,ISCED
rank
2
it,pos,ISCED
range
it,pos,ISCED
range
it,pos,ISCED
rank
2
it,pos,ISCED
range
2
it,pos,ISCED
range
2
it,pos,ISCED
rank
it,pos,sector
rank
it,pos,sector
rank
2
it,pos,sector
range
it,pos,sector
range
it,pos,sector
rank
2
it,pos,sector
range
2
it,pos,sector
range
2
it,pos,sector
w
it
w
it
Control variables Control variables
Log likelihood Log likelihood
Number of observations Number of observations
Number of individuals Number of individuals
The author regrets any inconvenience caused by this incorrect listing of variables.
Evidence-based HRM: a Global
Forum for Empirical Scholarship
Vol. 5 No. 2, 2017
p. 242
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