Bottom-up rules and recognition in the workplace: a natural field experiment


Incentives for employers and employees can be extrinsic (i.e., monetary) or intrinsic and social. Intrinsic incentives are grounded on the individuals desire to perform a task for its own sake. Social incentives are driven by... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Giulio Ecchia (Department of Economics - University of Bologna)
  2. Raimondello Orsini (Department of Economics - University of Bologna)
  3. Luca Savorelli (University of St-Andrews)

Topic Area

2. Social innovation and social entrepreneurship


D04 » Workplace, cooperation and empowerment (09:00 - Wednesday, 5th July, MORE 56)

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