Prof. Dr. Matthias Kräkel
Cluster position Asssociated Investigator
Cluster member since 2019
Main research topics
Personnel economics, organization economics, theory of the firm
Matthias Kräkel is a Professor for Business Administration at the University of Bonn. He studied Economics at the University of Hannover and received his PhD at the Free University of Berlin in 1992. Among other positions, he is a Research Fellow at IZA and a member of the Verein für Socialpolitik, the European Economic Association, and the American Economic Association.
Team Diversity and IncentivesImhof, L. & Kräkel, M., Team Diversity and Incentives. Management Science (forthcoming).
Empowerment, Task Commitment, and Performance PayBeckmann, M., & Kräkel, M. (2022) Empowerment, Task Commitment, and Performance Pay. Journal of Labor Economics.
Information Manipulation and CompetitionGrunewald, A., & Kräkel, M. (2022) Information Manipulation and Competition. Games and Economic Behavior.
On the Delegation of AuthorityKräkel, M. (2021). On the Delegation of Authority. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
The Impact of Haggling Costs on the Optimal Organizational Design for Sales ForcesKräkel, M., & Schöttner, A. (2021). The Impact of Haggling Costs on the Optimal Organizational Design for Sales Forces. Management Accounting Research.
Worker Visibility and Firms’ Retention PoliciesDato, S., Grunewald, A., & Kräkel, M. (2019). Worker visibility and firms' retention policies. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy.
Correlation Neglect, Incentives, and WelfareKlümper, A., & Kräkel, M. (2020). Correlation neglect, incentives, and welfare. Economics Letters, 109171.