Leadership by Confidence in Teams

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Hajime Kobayashi; Hideo Suehiro;
(2008)
  • Publisher: 神戸大学大学院経営学研究科
  • Journal: 神戸大学経営学研究科 Discussion paper,volume 2008・35
  • Subject: Endogenous Signaling, Team Production, Leadership | Endogenous signaling, Endogenous timing, Signaling, Value of information, Leadership, Team production
    • jel: jel:D82 | jel:C72
    mesheuropmc: education

We study endogenous signaling by analyzing a team production problem with endogenous timing. Each agent of the team is privately endowed with some level of confidence about team productivity. Each of them must then commit a level of effort in one of two periods. At the ... View more
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