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Leveling the playing field: the selection and motivation effects of tournament prize spread information
Many companies administer wage policies based on tournaments or have different salaries attached to various promotion-based ranks within the company. Employees, however, do not always receive information about pay-level ...
Is fraud contagious? Coworker influence on misconduct by financial advisors
Using a novel data set of U.S. fi nancial advisors that includes individuals' employment histories and misconduct records, we show that co-workers influence an individual's propensity to commit financial misconduct. We ...
The British Football Academy : a design thinking approach to branding strategy
This case study describes a design thinking approach, applied to the creation and implementation of an identity re-brand and successive marketing campaign for the British Football Academy, in Kuwait. The case defines a ...
Intercompetitor licensing and product innovation
This article explores how intercompetitor licensing between an incumbent and an entrant affects market competition and the entrant’s optimal product quality. In the model, the incumbent has a noncore technology that is ...
Investigating the role of goal orientation in job seekers’ experience of value congruence
There is still limited understanding of how goal orientations influence the association between value congruence (VC) and organisational attraction for job seekers. We address this issue by investigating the impact of ...
The influence of social crowding on brand attachment
Feeling crowded in a shopping environment can decrease consumers’ evaluations of a product or service and lower customer satisfaction. However, the present research suggests that a crowded environment can sometimes have a ...