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Talent Hoarding

On 20th November 2017 (1-2 pm), Dr. Simon Dato, research associate at the Institute for Applied Microeconomics of the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University of Bonn, will give a presentation about "Talent Hoarding". Afterwards, Mr. Dato will be available for questions and discussions. His presentation is part of https://wiwi.uni-paderborn.de/dep1/me/research/discussing-research/seam/.

Abstract:

We introduce talent hoarding as part of a firm's optimal personnel policy, i.e., firms use instruments that aim at reducing a worker's visibility to alternative employers to prevent employee poaching. Our theoretical results show that employers hoard workers of intermediate talent to save labor costs. As reducing a worker's visibility impedes the firm from optimally exploiting his talent, talent hoarding is surplus-decreasing.  Furthermore, talent hoarding leads to a non-trivial redistribution of income between different talent types. Our experimental results generally support the theoretical results with the exception that a winner's curse like phenomenon prevents talent hoarding from decreasing surplus.

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