Prof. Ph.D. Nick Zubanov
|11:45 - 15:00
This course offers a more advanced treatment of the key issues in personnel economics, and is a follow-up on the Personnel Economics I course (taking which is advisable although not absolutely necessary, since lecture slides are available). The course focusses on the factors that motivate employee performance. Beyond monetary incentives, we will study the topics of leadership, authority, teams, and the importance of social interactions at work. As in Personnel Economics I, we will apply the tools of microeconomics to understanding personnel issues, and will rely on empirical evidence from academic studies to confront theories with the real world. Therefore, a good knowledge of microeconomics and econometrics will be of great help to make the most of the course.
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