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Aggregating performance measures considerably reduces the complexity of a performance evaluation system. This dissertation analyzes the nature and characteristics of the aggregation of performance measures in institutional settings of multiple tasks and multiple periods. In multi-task settings,...
How Choosing for Others Affects Consumption for the Self: The Consequences of Preference Imposition and AccommodationDownload
Consumers make choices not only for themselves but for others. For example, parents make a variety of consumption decisions in a typical day for themselves as well as for their family. Yet, little is known about how decisions made for others influence the decision maker’s subsequent consumption....
I advance a theory of how institutional complexity of national systems shapes the fate of hybrid organizations. In particular, I investigate how various prevailing societal logics independently and jointly affect the founding and social mission focus of microfinance organizations (MFOs); a form...