Cooperation, Corporate Culture and Incentive Intensity

We develop a theory of the firm in which the willingness of workers to cooperate with each other plays a central role.

What motivates “organizational” man? For economists the answer is individual self-interest and the system of incentives that comprise the internal organization of the firm. In contrast, researchers in organizational behavior take a much broader view of motivation, which includes social norms and pressures to conform to these norms.

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Cooperation, Corporate Culture and Incentive Intensity