Intrinsic Motivation and Real Individual Piecewise Linear Wages

@inproceedings{Challier2011IntrinsicMA,
  title={Intrinsic Motivation and Real Individual Piecewise Linear Wages},
  author={Marie-Christine Thaize Challier},
  year={2011}
}
  • Marie-Christine Thaize Challier
  • Published 2011
This paper presents a simple framework for understanding the prevalence of basic piecewise linear wages in the real world. It extends the analysis of individual piecewise linear wages to environments in which the participation constraint is reinforced by intrinsic motivations. It identifies a class of “acceptable” piecewise linear wages verifying both this reinforced participation constraint and the adverse selection constraint. Among them, it restricts the characterization to a class of real… CONTINUE READING

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