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2001 Incentives in HMOsGaynor, Martin; Rebitzer, James B.; Taylor, Lowell J.
2002 Physician incentives in managed care organizations: Medical practice norms and the quality of careCooper, David J.; Rebitzer, James B.
2002 Managed care, physician incentives and norms of medical practice: racing to the bottom or pulling to the top?Cooper, David J.; Rebitzer, James B.
2005 The sociology of groups and the economics of incentives: theory and evidence on compensation systemsEncinosa, William E.; Gaynor, Martin; Rebitzer, James B.
2005 Job-hopping in Silicon Valley: some evidence concerning the micro-foundations of a high technology clusterFallick, Bruce; Fleischman, Charles A.; Rebitzer, James B.
2005 Job-hopping in Silicon Valley: some evidence concerning the micro-foundations of a high technology clusterFallick, Bruce; Fleischman, Charles A.; Rebitzer, James B.
2006 When knowledge is an asset: explaining the organizational structure of large law firmsRebitzer, James B.; Taylor, Lowell J.
2006 When knowledge is an asset: Explaining the organizational structure of large law firmsRebitzer, James B.; Taylor, Lowell J.
2010 Extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motives: Standard and behavioral approaches to agency and labor marketsRebitzer, James B.; Taylor, Lowell J.
2010 Extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motives: Standard and behavioral approaches to agency and labor marketsRebitzer, James B.; Taylor, Lowell J.