Performance Measurement and Rewards
Faculty in this area center their research on the challenges of measuring and incentivizing performance, no matter the activity. They pay attention to how major service industries—such as hospitals, universities, and museums—operate in markets where they compete against or collaborate with for-profit and government organizations.
Find out more about faculty research that seeks to understand differences in mixed-ownership forms, effectiveness in policing, pay for performance in education, and healthcare reporting, among other topics.
Working Papers and Publications
Recently published articles and working papers in this program area include:
- Black, B. 2012. Public reporting of HAI rates: What we (mostly don't) know. Clinical Governance 17(2): 124-33.
- Dafny, L., M. Duggan, S. Ramanarayanan. 2012. Paying a premium on your premium? Consolidation in the U.S. health insurance industry. American Economic Review 102(2): 1161-85.
- Calsamiglia, X., T. Garcia-Milà, and T. McGuire. 2012. Tobin meets Oates: Solidarity and the optimal fiscal federal structure. International Tax and Public Finance 1-24.
Performance measurement faculty come from economics, law, management, political science, social policy, and statistics. Learn more about them through their bios, research, and publications.