James Rebitzer
James Rebitzer
Boston University School of Mangement
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Job-hopping in Silicon Valley: some evidence concerning the microfoundations of a high-technology cluster
B Fallick, CA Fleischman, JB Rebitzer
The review of economics and statistics 88 (3), 472-481, 2006
Rat race redux: Adverse selection in the determination of work hours in law firms
RM Landers, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
The American Economic Review, 329-348, 1996
Monitoring, motivation, and management: The determinants of opportunistic behavior in a field experiment
DS Nagin, JB Rebitzer, S Sanders, LJ Taylor
American Economic Review 92 (4), 850-873, 2002
The consequences of minimum wage laws some new theoretical ideas
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Public Economics 56 (2), 245-255, 1995
Organizational fragmentation and care quality in the US healthcare system
RD Cebul, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor, ME Votruba
Journal of Economic Perspectives 22 (4), 93-113, 2008
Care Fragmentation, Quality and Costs Among Chronically Ill Patients
B Frandsen, K Joynt, A Rebitzer, James B. and Jha
The American Journal of Managed Care, 2015
Human resource strategies and contingent workers: The case of safety and health in the petrochemical industry
TA Kochan, M Smith, JC Wells, JB Rebitzer
Human Resource Management 33 (1), 55-77, 1994
The sociology of groups and the economics of incentives: Theory and evidence on compensation systems
WE Encinosa III, M Gaynor, JB Rebitzer
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 62 (2), 187-214, 2007
Physician incentives in health maintenance organizations
M Gaynor, JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Political Economy 112 (4), 915-931, 2004
Job safety and contract workers in the petrochemical industry
JB Rebitzer
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 34 (1), 40-57, 1995
A model of dual labor markets when product demand is uncertain
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 106 (4), 1373-1383, 1991
Radical political economy and the economics of labor markets
JB Rebitzer
Journal of Economic Literature 31 (3), 1394-1434, 1993
Is there a trade-off between supervision and wages? An empirical test of efficiency wage theory
JB Rebitzer
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 28 (1), 107-129, 1995
Extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motives: standard and behavioral approaches to agency and labor markets
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Handbook of labor economics 4, 701-772, 2011
Do labor markets provide enough short‐hour jobs? An analysis of work hours and work incentives
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Economic Inquiry 33 (2), 257-273, 1995
Unhealthy Insurance Markets: Search Frictions and the Cost and Quality of Health Insurance.
M Cebul, R. Rebitzer, J. Taylor, L. and Votruba
American Economic Review 101 (5), 1842-71, 2011
When knowledge is an asset: Explaining the organizational structure of large law firms
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Labor Economics 25 (2), 201-229, 2007
Employer Size and Dual Labor Markets
J Rebitzer, M Robinson
Review of Economics and Statistics 73 (4), 710-15, 1991
Corporate governance and the plight of minority shareholders in the United States before the Great Depression
NR Lamoreaux, JL Rosenthal
Corruption and Reform: Lessons from America's Economic History, 125-152, 2006
Efficiency wages and employment rents: The employer-size wage effect in the job market for lawyers
JB Rebitzer, LJ Taylor
Journal of Labor Economics 13 (4), 678-708, 1995
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