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    • Essays on intrinsic motivation, identity and incentives in public organizations. A behavioral economics perspective 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna (2014)   Tesis doctoral / Doktoretza tesia  OpenAccess
      This thesis investigates optimal incentive schemes within public organisations where it is plausible to assume that providers are intrinsically motivated or have pro-social identity. There are five chapters. The first ...
    • Incentives and intrinsic motivation in healthcare 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna; Cabasés Hita, Juan Manuel Upna; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna (Elsevier España, S.L.U., 2016)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Objetivo: Ha sido establecido por la literatura que los trabajadores de las organizaciones públicas están intrínsecamente motivados. Este trabajo es un estudio empírico en el sector sanitario que utiliza métodos de ...
    • Incentives beyond the money and motivational capital in health care organizations 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna; Cabasés Hita, Juan Manuel Upna (2012)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      This paper explores the conditions that characterize the optimality for a principal (health manager) to undertake investments to motivate agents (doctors). In the model, doctors are intrinsically motivated and can have ...
    • Motivational capital and incentives in health care organisations 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna; Cabasés Hita, Juan Manuel Upna; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna (2012)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      This paper explores optimal incentive schemes in public health institutions when agents (doctors) are intrinsically motivated. We develop a principal-agent dynamic model with moral hazard in which agents’ intrinsic motivation ...
    • Motivational capital and incentives in health care organizations 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna; Cabasés Hita, Juan Manuel Upna; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna (2014)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      This paper explores optimal incentive schemes in public health institutions when agents (doctors) are intrinsically motivated. We develop a principal-agent dynamic model with moral hazard in which agents’ intrinsic motivation ...
    • A pilot inquiry on incentives and intrinsic motivation in health care: the motivational capital explained by doctors 

      Berdud, Mikel Upna; Cabasés Hita, Juan Manuel Upna; Nieto Vázquez, Jorge Upna (2014)   Documento de trabajo / Lan gaiak  OpenAccess
      Where the contracts are incomplete, the resulting co-ordination problems may be attenuated if workers are intrinsically motivated to do the work. It is established by theoretical and empirical literature that workers within ...