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More Similar Than Different

Experimental Evidence on the (In)Significance of Gender for the Effect of Different Incentives on Compliance Behavior

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What role do employee features play into the success of different personnel management practices for serving high performance? Using data from a randomized survey experiment among 5,982 individuals of all ages, this article examines how gender conditions the compliance effects of different incentive treatments—each relating to the basic content of distinct types of personnel management practices. The findings show that males and females are more similar than different in terms of the incentive treatments’ effects: Significant average effects are found for three out of five incentive treatments, but gender does not appear to moderate these relationships.
Pedersen, M. J. (2015). More Similar Than Different: Experimental Evidence on the (In)Significance of Gender for the Effect of Different Incentives on Compliance Behavior. Administration & Society, 50(2), 217-239. DOI: 10.1177/0095399715584638
Author(s) Mogens Jin Pedersen, SFI
Publication date 29.04.2015
Published in Administration & Society
Language English
Department Vulnerable Children, Day Care and Schooling
keywords Management

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