Selected Bibliography for Michael J. Gibbs
Clinical Professor of Economics
"Review of 'Toyota's Assembly Line: A View from the Factory Floor'." Michael Gibbs; The Journal of Asian Studies, 2009, 68(02), pp. 628-30.
"The Economic Approach to Personnel Research," Michael Gibbs and Alec Levenson, in S. Grossbard-Shechtman and C. Clague: The Expansion of Economics: Toward a More Inclusive Social Science. Armonk, N.Y. and London: Sharpe, 2002, pp. 99-139
Pay Competitiveness and Quality of Department of Defense Scientists and Engineers Michael Gibbs; RAND Report Mr-1312; Santa Monica: RAND, 2001"Incentive Compensation in a Corporate Hierarchy." Michael Gibbs; Journal of Accounting and Economics, 1995, 19(2-3), pp. 247-77.
The Internal Economics of the Firm : Evidence from Personnel Data; George Pierce Baker, Michael Gibbs and Bengt Holmström; Working paper Series D, Economics of organization ;; no. 66; New Haven, Ct.: Yale School of Organization and Management, 1994."The Wage Policy of a Firm." George Baker, Michael Gibbs and Bengt Holmstrom; The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1994, 109(4), pp. 921-55.
Challenge of Commitment Michael Beer and Michael J. Gibbs; Harvard Business School Cases; Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 1993
Incentive Compensation in a Corporate Hierarchy; Michael Gibbs; Working paper 93-050; Boston, MA: Division of Research Harvard Business School, 1993."Hierarchies and Compensation: A Case Study." George P. Baker, Michael Gibbs and Bengt Holmstrom; European Economic Review, 1993, 37(2-3), pp. 366-78.
Empirical Analysis of an Internal Labor Market; Michael Gibbs; Working paper 92-085.; Boston: Division of Research Harvard Business School, 1992.
Note on Compensation and Incentive Systems Michael J. Gibbs; Harvard Business School Cases; Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 1990
Apple Computer (A -D) Michael J. Gibbs; Harvard Business School Cases; Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 1990
Promotions and Incentives : Tournaments Vs. Standards; Michael Gibbs; Working paper 90-064.; Boston: Division of Research Harvard Business School, 1990.
Promotions, Compensation, and Firm Organization; Michael John Gibbs; Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, 1989.
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