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Does Monitoring Decrease Work Effort? The Complementary between Agency and Crowding-Out Theories

David Dickinson and Marie Claire Villeval ()

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Keywords: crowding-out; monitoring; motivation; principal-agent theory; real effort experiments (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2004-09
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Published in European Association of Labour Economists Conference, Sep 2004, Lisbon, Portugal

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