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Keith W Weigelt

Marks-Darivoff Family Professor

Research Interests: compensation, corporate strategy, eastern thought, economics of sports, experimental economics, game theory, microfinancing

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  • Keith W Weigelt, T. Ho (2005), Trust Building among Strangers, Management Science  Abstract
  • Keith W Weigelt, Louis A Thomas (2000), Production Location Choice in a Differentiated Product Market, Strategic Management Journal  Abstract
  • Keith W Weigelt, T. Ho (1996), Task Complexity, Equilibrium Selection, and Learning, Management Science  Abstract
  • Keith W Weigelt, A. Schotter, C. Wilson (1994), A Laboratory Investigation of Multi-Person Rationality and Presentation Effects, Games and Economic Behavior  Abstract
  • Richard A. Lambert, David Larcker, Keith W Weigelt (1993), The Structure of Organizational Incentives, Administrative Science Quarterly, (September), pp. 438-461.  Abstract  Related Materials
  • Richard A. Lambert, David Larcker, Keith W Weigelt (1991), How Sensitive is Compensation to Organizational Size?, Strategic Management Journal, (July), pp. 395-402.  Abstract