The Optimal Structure of Incent ives and Authority within an Organization
This chapter discusses a number of models that can help explain the distribution of incomes within the firm, and to explain the existence of authoritative relationships. These models also help derive a hierarchical structure and investigate its effects on production. One of the assumptions of these models is that workers are able to predict their own activity and rewards within the organization.
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