Tournaments in religious organizations with investment in religious human capital: choosing the pope
AbstractThe objective of this manuscript is to explain how tournaments can be used in order to select the best candidates to fulfill the highest posts in religious organizations. With this purpose, in this working paper, we seek to show an model, modified from the original one, where the psychic income differential has been included, as a fundamental stimulus factor, for the candidates of a religious tournament, with the purpose of obtaining their maximum effort.
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Religious organization; Tournaments; Canon Law;
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