JAIME ORTEGA
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JAIME ORTEGA

Associate Professor of Management

Education

1994-1998

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PhD in Economics


1988-1993

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Licentiate Degree in Economics

Research interests

Human Resource Management

Selected publications

"Incentives, Capital Budgeting, and Organizational Structure" (with Adolfo de Motta) Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Winter 2013), pp. 810-831.

"Employee Discretion and Performance Pay" (2009) The Accounting Review, Vol. 84 (2), pp. 589-612.

"Why do Employers give Discretion? Family versus Performance Concerns"(2009) Industrial Relations, Vol. 48 (1), pp. 1-26.

Jaime Ortega is an Associate Professor of Management at Carlos III University in Madrid. He holds a Ph. D. degree in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Licenciate degree in Economics from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He has been the Director of the Graduate Program in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods and is currently the MBA Program Director. Jaime Ortega's research is in the area of human resource management. His articles, both theoretical and empirical, examine the role of implicit incentives in organizations and the use of new work practices such as job rotation and employee direct participation in decision making. He has published in Management Science, The Accounting Review, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, and Industrial Relations.


"Incentives, Capital Budgeting, and Organizational Structure" (with Adolfo de Motta) Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Winter 2013), pp. 810-831.

"Employee Discretion and Performance Pay" (2009) The Accounting Review, Vol. 84 (2), pp. 589-612.

"Why do Employers give Discretion? Family versus Performance Concerns"(2009) Industrial Relations, Vol. 48 (1), pp. 1-26.

"The Adoption of Job Rotation: Testing the Theories" (2006) (with Tor Eriksson). Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 59 (4), pp. 653-666.

"Job Rotation as a Learning Mechanism" (2001) Management Science, Vol. 47 (10), pp. 1361-1370.