Examining the individual notion of distributive justice and relative economic status focuses on distributive justice nonmonetary sharing mode in Pakistan State Oil
The primary purpose of the study was to examine and analyze the individual notion and belief of distributive justice and relative economic status by focusing on distributive justice non-monetary sharing mode by providing evidence from the Pakistan state oil (PSO) with an aim to enlighten the readers about the concept of distributive justice and the economic status from the context of Pakistan. A brief literature review was conducted to discuss the different variables of the topic. The quantitative research design was conducted, and primary data were obtained from 231 employees working in PSOs around the world. Data were analyzed with the help of SPSS and by using various statistical techniques like regression, correlation, and partial least square method. The findings of the study reveal that the individual notion of distributive justice varies depending upon the economic status of the individuals.
Keywords: Distributive justice, economic status, non-monetary sharing mode, partial square method