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January 17 2013

FEEM Re3: “Do Social Incentives Matter? Evidence from an Online Real Effort Experiment"



Money matters, but is that all? Mirco Tonin and Michael Vlassopoulos, Lecturers in Economics at the University of Southampton, show that social incentives can boost productivity in sectors that rely on pro-social behaviour such as health, education, and social care, arguing that this may help explain the growing popularity of Corporate Social Responsibility programmes within firms.


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