Hofmann, David A.; Griffin, Mark
August 1992
Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1992, p327
Conference Proceeding
Hierarchical linear models provide a flexible method for investigating multi-level data. This strategy uses statistical summaries of within- unit relationships as dependent variables in between-unit analysis. This paper reviews these procedures and illustrates substantive applications in the areas of individual change and organizational influences on individual attitudes.


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