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Right -to-Manage vs. Vector Bargaining: Experimental Evidence on the Bargaining Agenda

Manfred Königstein and Marie Claire Villeval ()
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Manfred Königstein: IZA - Institute for the study of labor - Institute for the Study of Labor - IZA, Universität Erfurt - Universität Erfurt

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Keywords: bargaining agenda; decision authority; efficient contract; experiment; right to manage (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2002-06
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Published in Journées de Micro-Economie Appliquées, Jun 2002, Rennes, France

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