Not just for the money : an economic theory of personal motivation (Book, 1997) [WorldCat.org]
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Not just for the money : an economic theory of personal motivation

Author: Bruno S Frey
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In Not Just for the Money Professor Frey challenges traditional economic theory and argues that people do not act in expectation of monetary gain alone, nor do they work solely because they are paid.  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruno S Frey
ISBN: 1858988454 9781858988450 1858985099 9781858985091
OCLC Number: 637138524
Description: XII, 156 p. ; 22 cm
Contents: Contents: 1. Introduction Part I: The Crowding-Out Effect 2. Everyday Experiences 3. The Psychological Background 4. Integration into Economics 5. Motivational Spill-Over Effect Part II: Applications 6. A Strict or Lenient Constitution? 7. Environmental Policy 8. Siting Policy, or: the NIMBY-problem (with Felix Oberholzer-Gee) 9. Social and Organizational Policy 10. Work Motivation and Compensation Policy Part III Conclusions 11. Consequences for Economic Policy 12. Consequences for Economic Theory References Index
Responsibility: Bruno S. Frey.

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'What he [Bruno Frey] offers is both challenging and pervasive in its relevance. He is ambitious enough to aspire to make economics less presumptive and less general, but - as he himself observes - Read more...

 
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