Employerâ€™s information and promotion-seeking activities
This paper presents a model in which promotion of employees within the internal firm hierarchy is determined by the individualsâ€™ allocation of time between promotion/rent-seeking and productive activity.Â We consider the effect of an increase in the employerâ€™s knowledge (information) regarding the employeesâ€™ productivity levels on the total time spent by the workers in non-productive promotion-seeking activities.
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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