Robert Dur
TitleCited byYear
Incentives and Workers’ Motivation in the Public Sector*
J Delfgaauw, R Dur
The Economic Journal 118 (525), 171-191, 2008
3642008
Signaling and screening of workers’ motivation
J Delfgaauw, R Dur
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 62 (4), 605-624, 2007
2762007
Employee recognition and performance: A field experiment
C Bradler, R Dur, S Neckermann, A Non
Management Science 62 (11), 3085-3099, 2016
1882016
Public sector employees: risk averse and altruistic?
M Buurman, J Delfgaauw, R Dur, SV den Bossche
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2012
1822012
Tournament incentives in the field: Gender differences in the workplace
J Delfgaauw, R Dur, J Sol, W Verbeke
Journal of Labor Economics 31 (2), 305-326, 2013
1542013
Optimal contracts when a worker envies his boss
R Dur, A Glazer
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 24 (1), 120-137, 2008
153*2008
Social interaction, co-worker altruism, and incentives
R Dur, J Sol
Games and Economic Behavior 69 (2), 293-301, 2010
1062010
Managerial talent, motivation, and self-selection into public management
J Delfgaauw, R Dur
Journal of Public Economics 94 (9), 654-660, 2010
1052010
Gift exchange in the workplace: Money or attention?
R Dur
Journal of the European Economic Association 7 (2‐3), 550-560, 2009
1042009
Producing and Manipulating Information*
R Dur, OH Swank
The Economic Journal 115 (500), 185-199, 2005
1002005
Working for a good cause
R Dur, R Zoutenbier
Public Administration Review 74 (2), 144-155, 2014
952014
Voting on the budget deficit: comment
BD Peletier, RAJ Dur, OH Swank
American Economic Review, 1377-1381, 1999
91*1999
Why does centralisation fail to internalise policy externalities?
R Dur, H Roelfsema
Public Choice 122 (3), 395-416, 2005
842005
Local public good provision, municipal consolidation, and national transfers
R Dur, K Staal
Regional Science and Urban Economics 38 (2), 160-173, 2008
702008
Reciprocity and incentive pay in the workplace
R Dur, A Non, H Roelfsema
Journal of Economic psychology 31 (4), 676-686, 2010
652010
Why do policy makers stick to inefficient decisions?
RAJ Dur
Public Choice 107 (3-4), 221-234, 2001
602001
Intrinsic motivations of public sector employees: Evidence for Germany
R Dur, R Zoutenbier
German Economic Review 16 (3), 343-366, 2015
592015
Are education subsidies an efficient redistributive device?
R Dur, C Teulings
Tinbergen Institute Working Paper, 2003
52*2003
The effects of prize spread and noise in elimination tournaments: A natural field experiment
J Delfgaauw, R Dur, A Non, W Verbeke
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (3), 521-569, 2015
432015
From public monopsony to competitive market: more efficiency but higher prices
J Delfgaauw, R Dur
Oxford Economic Papers 61 (3), 586-602, 2009
43*2009
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