Escolhas Intertemporais: O Papel da Frequência de Feedback e Momento de Remuneração

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53177
Resumo:
OBJETIVO – O artigo examina se gestores alocam esforço mais de longo prazo quando eles recebem feedback trimestral ao invés de feedback de até um mês e acima de um trimestre. O artigo examina ainda se o momento de recebimento da remuneração modera o relacionamento entre a frequência de feedback e as escolhas intertemporais. METODOLOGIA – O estudo coleta dados de levantamento de 78 gestores de nível intermediário que atuam em uma empresa brasileira. RESULTADOS – Os resultados indicam que os gestores dedicam mais tempo a tarefas mais de longo-prazo quando eles recebem feedback trimestral. Os resultados também indicam que momento de remuneração modera o relacionamento entre frequência de feedback e escolhas intertemporais. CONTRIBUIÇÕES – Os resultados deste estudo oferecem duas principais contribuições. Primeiro, o estudo oferece evidências empíricas do efeito da frequência de feedback em um contexto em que feedback não é mandatório, é fornecido para propósitos internos e não há pressão do mercado de capitais. Segundo, o estudo procura separar o efeito da frequência de feedback do efeito do momento de recebimento da remuneração e examina se o segundo componente modera o efeito do primeiro componente sobre as escolhas intertemporais.
Citação ABNT:
AGUIAR, A. B.; OYADOMARI, J. C. T.; ZARO, C. S. Escolhas Intertemporais: O Papel da Frequência de Feedback e Momento de Remuneração . Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, v. 21, n. 2, p. 274-290, 2019.
Citação APA:
Aguiar, A. B., Oyadomari, J. C. T., & Zaro, C. S. (2019). Escolhas Intertemporais: O Papel da Frequência de Feedback e Momento de Remuneração . Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, 21(2), 274-290.
DOI:
10.7819/rbgn.v21i2.3974
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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