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An Empirical Analysis of Employee Responses to Bonuses and Penalties
Professor Steve Wu and his team of experts examine the effect bonuses and penalties have on employees. They find that penalties not only have the potential to increase employee turnover but that bonuses have a more positive effect as their value increases.
Surviving the Reform: Management Usage of the Garbage Can Model during Implementation of Reform
PhD Candidate Mirit Grabarski and her co-author, study educational reforms at schools and examine the decision making process by school managers using the garbage can model.
2021-09, April 27, 2021
Forthcoming Refereed Articles
Andersen, R., Curtis, J., Brym, R., 2021, Public Support for Social Security in 66 Countries: Prosperity, Inequality, and Household Income as Interactive Causes, The British Journal of Sociology.
Arjalies, D-L., 2021, What Trees Taught Me about Covid-19: On Relational Accounting and Other Magic, Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
Chen, C.X., Nasev, J., Wu, S., 2021, CFO Overconfidence and Cost Behavior, Journal of Management Accounting Research.
Hou, P., Pun, H., Li, B., 2021, To Collaborate or Not: Product Upgrading Strategy in a Competitive Duopoly Market, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems.
Nguyen, B., Crossan, M.M., 2021, Character Infused Ethical Decision Making, Journal of Business Ethics.