Organizational Economics

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Organizational Economics applies the economic methods and ideas to study individual organizations. i.e. the aspects of coordination within organizations, such as the organizational structure, compensation and pay plans, risk management policies, as well as coordination between organizations.  

 

Research questions

  • On what performance measures should we base bonus packages on?
  • How das good or bad leadership trickle through organizations?  
  • How do social preferences affect work incentives and optimal contracting in labor environments?