Prof. Ph. D. Nick Zubanov

Termine (Vorlesung)

Mi 17:00 - 20:30 H 304


This course provides a graduate-level overview of a selection of the key topics in organizational economics and management. For each topic, theoretical background is combined with empirical evidence. The course will help students chart out their own research agendas building on the existing research and apply its findings and methods to real-world management problems.

Weitere Details zum Inhalt der Vorlesung im ZEUS

2018-04-18 (Mi) - Introduction

2018-05-09 (Mi) - Why firms exist

2018-05-23 (Mi) - Performance-related incentive schemes
Performance evaluation and incentives

2018-06-06 (Mi) - Efficiency wages and career concerns
Teams, free-riding and cooperation - NO RECORDING

2018-06-20 (Mi) - Peer effects
Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation

2018-07-04 (Mi) - Authority

2018-07-11 (Mi) - Insider econometrics
Field experiments in firms