Colloquium: Kim Peters and Miquel Fonseca
|Datum:||09 september 2018|
|Auteur:||Secretariaat HRM & OB|
Speakers: Kim Peters (Queensland University, Australia) and Miquel Fonseca (Exeter University, UK)
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Location: 5419.0111 (Kapteynborg)
Title & Abstract:
I follow, therefore I lead
In this paper I will discuss evidence from a longitudinal study among recruit commandos in the Royal Marines that individuals who identify as followers may be especially likely to be recognized as leaders by their peers.
Using Norms and Monetary Incentives to Change Behavior: A Field Experiment
Using a two-day field experiment on punctual attendance, I investigate whether social information about behavior affects the effectiveness of financial incentives. The experiment varies both monetary incentives and social information in a 3x3 design. Combining social information with incentives that target the behavior of the minority yields the greatest benefit.