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Eureka! May 2016

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Results: 1 - 3 of 3
  • Shaul Shalvi
    What leads to corruption, and how can we tackle and control it?

    Collaboration is a buzzword in modern organisations. However, it also has a dark side that organisations often ignore, warns Shaul Shalvi, associate professor in experimental economics at UvA.

  • Performance related remuneration delivers higher value

    Companies who reward their employees on the basis of specific goals typically perform better. It is, however, crucial to select suitable goals and choose the right time to introduce them, argues University of Amsterdam Professor Jan Bouwens, who ...

  • Jan Engelmann
    Understanding the role of emotions in economic decision-making by studying the brain

    Psychologists and marketers recognise emotions as an important factor in decision-making, but economists still don’t incorporate the impact of emotions in their models. Introducing psychological factors and neuroscience into economics, however, ...