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James B. Rebitzer

Professor of Management, Economics, Public Policy
Markets, Public Policy and Law Department
Boston University School of Management
595 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
Tel: 617-383-7356
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NBER Program Affiliations: HC , LS
NBER Affiliation: Research Associate
Institutional Affiliation: Boston University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

February 2018Team Formation and Performance: Evidence from Healthcare Referral Networks
with Leila Agha, Keith Marzilli Ericson, Kimberley H. Geissler: w24338
February 2017Sticking Points: Common-Agency Problems and Contracting in the U.S. Healthcare System
with Brigham Frandsen, Michael Powell: w23177

Published: Brigham Frandsen & Michael Powell & James B. Rebitzer, 2019. "Sticking points: common‐agency problems and contracting in the US healthcare system," The RAND Journal of Economics, vol 50(2), pages 251-285. citation courtesy of

January 2017Fragmented Division of Labor and Healthcare Costs: Evidence from Moves Across Regions
with Leila Agha, Brigham Frandsen: w23078

Published: Leila Agha & Brigham Frandsen & James B. Rebitzer, 2019. "Fragmented division of labor and healthcare costs: Evidence from moves across regions," Journal of Public Economics, vol 169, pages 144-159. citation courtesy of

April 2014Structuring Incentives Within Organizations: The Case of Accountable Care Organizations
with Brigham Frandsen: w20034
October 2011Organizational Economics and Physician Practices
with Mark E. Votruba: w17535

Published: Rebitzer, J and Votruba, M. “Organizational Economics and Physician Practices”, Encyclopedia of Health Economics, Elsevier Limited (accepted February 2013, to be published 2014)

October 2008Unhealthy Insurance Markets: Search Frictions and the Cost and Quality of Health Insurance
with Randall D. Cebul, Lowell J. Taylor, Mark E. Votruba: w14455

Published: Randall D. Cebul & James B. Rebitzer & Lowell J. Taylor & Mark E. Votruba, 2011. "Unhealthy Insurance Markets: Search Frictions and the Cost and Quality of Health Insurance," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 101(5), pages 1842-71, August. citation courtesy of

August 2008Organizational Fragmentation and Care Quality in the U.S. Health Care System
with Randall D. Cebul, Lowell J. Taylor, Mark Votruba: w14212

Published: Randall D. Cebul & James B. Rebitzer & Lowell J. Taylor & Mark E. Votruba, 2008. "Organizational Fragmentation and Care Quality in the U.S. Healthcare System," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 22(4), pages 93-113, Fall. citation courtesy of

July 2008Influence, Information Overload, and Information Technology in Health Care
with Mari Rege, Christopher Shepard: w14159
October 2007Information Technology and Medical Missteps: Evidence from a Randomized Trial
with Jonathan C. Javitt, Lonny Reisman: w13493

Published: Javitt, Jonathan C. & Rebitzer, James B. & Reisman, Lonny, 2008. "Information technology and medical missteps: Evidence from a randomized trial," Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol. 27(3), pages 585-602, May. citation courtesy of

October 2006When Knowledge is an Asset: Explaining the Organizational Structure of Large Law Firms
with Lowell J. Taylor: w12583

Published: James B. Rebitzer & Lowell J. Taylor, 2007. "When Knowledge Is an Asset: Explaining the Organizational Structure of Large Law Firms," Journal of Labor Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 25, pages 201-229. citation courtesy of

October 2005Job Hopping in Silicon Valley: Some Evidence Concerning the Micro-Foundations of a High Technology Cluster
with Bruce Fallick, Charles A. Fleischmann: w11710

Published: Bruce Fallick & Charles A Fleischman & James B Rebitzer, 2006. "Job-Hopping in Silicon Valley: Some Evidence Concerning the Microfoundations of a High-Technology Cluster," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol. 88(3), pages 472-481, 09. citation courtesy of

February 2002Monitoring, Motivation and Management: The Determinants of Opportunistic Behavior in a Field Experiment
with Daniel Nagin, Seth Sanders, Lowell Taylor: w8811

Published: Daniel S. Nagin & James B. Rebitzer & Seth Sanders & Lowell J. Taylor, 2002. "Monitoring, Motivation, and Management: The Determinants of Opportunistic Behavior in a Field Experiment," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 92(4), pages 850-873, September. citation courtesy of

October 2001Incentives in HMOs
with Martin Gaynor, Lowell J. Taylor: w8522

Published: Gaynor, M., J Rebitzer, and L. Taylor. “Physician Incentives in HMOs." Journal of Political Economy (August 2004).

March 1997The Sociology of Groups and the Economics of Incentives: Theory and Evidence on Compensation Systems
with William E. Encinosa III, Martin Gaynor: w5953

Published: Encinosa III, William E. & Gaynor, Martin & Rebitzer, James B., 2007. "The sociology of groups and the economics of incentives: Theory and evidence on compensation systems," Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Elsevier, vol. 62(2), pages 187-214, February. citation courtesy of

October 1991The Consequences of Minimum Wage Laws: Some New Theoretical Ideas
with Lowell J. Taylor: w3877

Published: Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 56, no. 2 (1995): 245-255. citation courtesy of

Do Labor Markets Provide Enough Short Hour Jobs? An Analysis of Work Hours and Work Incentives
with Lowell J. Taylor: w3883

Published: Economic Inquiry, Vol. 33, no. 2 (1995): 257-273. citation courtesy of

March 1991Work Incentives and the Demand for Primary and Contingent Labor
with Lowell J. Taylor: w3647

Published: Quarterly Journal of Economics November 1991, pp. 1373-1383

January 1991Employer Size and Dual Labor Markets
with Michael D. Robinson: w3587

Published: Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 73, No. 4, (November 1991), p. 710-715. citation courtesy of

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