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Pepper, A, Gosling, T and Gore, J., (2015) Fairness, envy, guilt and greed – building equity considerations into agency theory Human Relations.

Pepper, A and Gore, J (2014) The economic psychology of incentives: An international study of top managers Journal of World Business, 49 (3). pp. 350-361.

Pepper, A and Gore, J (2012) Behavioral Agency theory: new foundations for theorising about executive compensation Journal of Management.

Pepper, A, Gore, J and Crossman, A (2012) Are long-term incentive plans an effective and efficient way of motivating senior executives? Human Resource Management Journal.

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Pepper, AA and Gore, J Motivated agents? Behavioural aspects of senior executive reward systems. In: British Academy of Management, 2010 - ?, University of Sheffield.

Pepper, AA, Gore, J and Crossman, A Motivated agents? senior executive reward In: International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, 2010 - ?, University of Cologne, Germany.

Gore, J and Pepper, AA Taking stock of long-term incentive plans: Effective and efficient ways of motivating senior executives In: Executive Remuneration Conference, 2012-08-13 - ?, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Pepper, AA and Gore, J Towards a behavioural agency theory: new micro foundations for theorising about senior executive reward In: 3rd European Reward Management Conference.EIASM, 2011 - ?, Brussels.


Pepper, Alexander Anthony William. (2010) Behavioural Aspects of Senior Executive Reward Systems. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey (United Kingdom)..

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