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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 ...
Strategising practices in an informal economy setting: A case of strategic networking
(University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2016)
Despite the increasing interest in strategy as situated practice, studies that examine strategising practices in the informal economy are lacking. This article draws on Bourdieu's theory of practice to understand strategic ...
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 ...
Collaborative environmental negotiation with private non-verifiable information: an experimental test
(University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2015)
In many cases governments invite interest groups to use collaborative negotiation to resolve environmental conflicts. Characteristic of these negotiations is that the parties lack ex ante information about their opponents’ ...
Organisational resilience following the Darfield earthquake of 2010
(University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information SystemsUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2014)
This paper presents the preliminary findings of a study on the resilience and recovery of organisations following the Darfield earthquake in New Zealand on 4 September 2010. Sampling included organisations proximal and ...