International Society for the Study of Work & Organizational Values
International Society for the Study of Work & Organizational Values ISSWOV aims to advance the study of work and organizational values and related aspects of the organization; to encourage the exchange of ideas and interaction among scholars engaged in these topics; to collect, generate, preserve, decipher, and disseminate data and information relating to work and organizational values, and to encourage and initiate publications concerning research on these themes.
ISSWOV was founded in Budapest, 1988, by the participants of the first International Conference on Work Values organized by Professors Dov Elizur from Bar Ilan University, and Istvan Magyari-Beck, from the Budapest University of Economics. Since then, scientists from all corners of the globe gather every two years in a new conference. The next conference will be held in July 2016 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
ISSWOV recent newsletter is published in this site (under ‘more’ – Newsletter)