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Co-worker relationships and organisational misfit
(University of Canterbury. Management, 2009)
Employees perform better, are healthier, happier, and stay longer in environments in which they fit (Kristof-Brown, Zimmerman, & Johnson, 2005). In line with this, organizations wish to improve fit, and research has typically ...
The influence of co-worker relationships on person-organisation misfit.
(University of Canterbury. Management, 2010)
Are bureaucrats really paid like bureaucrats?
(University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2016)
In an influential paper, Hall and Liebman (QJE, 1998) ask if senior corporate executives are really paid like bureaucrats, and conclude that they are not. In this paper, we ask if senior public service bureaucrats are ...
Group identity and relation-specific investment: An experimental investigation
(University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2013)
The hold-up problem has played a central role in the study of firm boundaries, which is a fundamental element of the economic study of organizations. We study a previously unex-plored mechanism by which integration between ...
Words Speak Louder Than Money
(College of Business and EconomicsUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2011)
Should one use words or money to foster trust of the other party if no means of enforcing trustworthiness are available? This paper reports an experiment studying the effectiveness of two types of mechanisms for promoting ...
Do People Keep Socially Unverifiable Promises?
(College of Business and Economics, University of CanterburyUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2011)
Previous research has suggested that communication and especially promises increase cooperation in laboratory experiments. This has been taken as evidence for internal motivations such as guilt aversion or preference for ...