Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
Her primary scientific interests are in Pay for performance, Corporate governance, Competitive advantage, Knowledge management and Public relations. Her research in Pay for performance intersects with topics in Public sector, Virtue, Compensation and Law and economics. Her studies deal with areas such as Financial market and New public management as well as Corporate governance.
Her study explores the link between Competitive advantage and topics such as Incentive that cross with problems in Theory of the firm, Dominance, Finance, Corporate law and Shareholder. Margit Osterloh works in the field of Knowledge management, namely Knowledge transfer. Her Knowledge transfer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tacit knowledge, Organizational learning, Explicit knowledge, Ask price and Resource-based view.
Corporate governance, Public relations, Pay for performance, Incentive and Knowledge management are her primary areas of study. Her research in Corporate governance intersects with topics in Theory of the firm, Competitive advantage and Accounting. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Conventional wisdom, Principal–agent problem and New public management.
Her work deals with themes such as Crowding out, Intrinsic motivation and Public service, which intersect with Pay for performance. Her Incentive research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Competition, Public sector, Public economics and Agency. Margit Osterloh focuses mostly in the field of Knowledge management, narrowing it down to matters related to Business studies and, in some cases, Social psychology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Incentive, Competition, Corporate governance, Positive economics and Labour economics. Her study looks at the intersection of Incentive and topics like Public economics with Employee motivation, Public sector, Originality, Actuarial science and Value. Margit Osterloh has included themes like Performance measurement, Public relations and Competence in her Corporate governance study.
The various areas that she examines in her Public relations study include Control, Clan, Process and Audit. The Positive economics study which covers Behavioral economics that intersects with Social psychology, Intrinsic motivation, Goal theory and Business studies. Her Intrinsic motivation study typically links adjacent topics like Pay for performance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Incentive, Impact factor, Performance management, Corporate governance and Positive economics. Her work carried out in the field of Incentive brings together such families of science as Political economy, Public economics, Decentralization and Negotiation. Her Performance management research includes elements of Performance measurement, Creativity and Knowledge management.
Her research investigates the connection between Corporate governance and topics such as Voting that intersect with issues in Public relations. Her Public relations study incorporates themes from Competition, Competitive advantage, Industrial organization and Local community. Her Positive economics research includes themes of Business studies, Criticism, Performance paradox and Ask price.
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Motivation, Knowledge Transfer, and Organizational Forms
Margit Osterloh;Bruno S. Frey.
Organization Science (2000)
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