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Economics is a methodology that has been applied to many areas ofhuman behavior, and has had enormous influence on the study oforganizations and human resources. Developed by much of thefounding research from Edward Lazear, this economic approach inthese areas adds rigor, structure, and clarifies many importantissues.
The goal of this text is to give the reader a rigorous frameworkfor understanding organizational design and the management ofemployees. Not only will students learn and apply ideas frommicroeconomics, but they will also learn principles that will bevaluable in their future careers.
About the Authors.
Part One: Sorting and Investing in Employees.
Chapter 1: Setting Hiring Standards.
Chapter 2: Recruitment.
Chapter 3: Investment In Skills.
Chapter 4: Managing Turnover.
Part Two: Organizational and Job Design.
Chapter 5: Decision Making.
Chapter 6: Organizational Structure.
Chapter 7: Job Design.
Chapter 8: Advanced Job Design.
Part Three: Paying for Performance.
Chapter 9: Performance Evaluation.
Chapter 10: Rewarding Performance.
Chapter 11: Career-Based Incentives.
Chapter 12: Options and Executive Pay.
Part Four: Applications.
Chapter 13: Benefits.
Chapter 14: Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship.
Chapter 15: The Employment Relationship.