Rolls Royce Erp Implementation Essay
Incentives in Organizations Author(s): Robert Gibbons Source: The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 12, No. 4 (Autumn, 1998), pp. 115-132 Published by: American Economic Association Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2646897 Accessed: 26/03/2009 10:39
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' To be fair, there were several early models that studied incentive problems under risk-neutrality,such as delayed payments (Becker and Stigler, 1974; Lazear, 1979), tournaments (Lazear and Rosen, 1981), career concerns (Holmstr6m, 1982) and efficiency wages (Shapiro and Stiglitz, 1984). But none of these models animated the field the way the classic model did.
or squads, and might be coupled with restrictionson other activities (such as on one's own plot) or asset-useopportunities (such as borrowing the landlord's mule for private purposes). Furthermore,Alston and Higgs also find significant variation in the use of the three classes of contracts even after controlling