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

Personnel economics, organizational economics, human resource management, managerial accounting

Selected publications

Awaysheh, Amrou, Rocío Bonet and Jaime Ortega. "Performance Feedback and Productivity: Evidence from a Field Experiment", Production and Operations Management, forthcoming.

Bonet, Rocío, Tor Eriksson and Jaime Ortega, 2019. "Up for Review: Unravelling the Link between Formal Evaluations and Performance-Based Rewards", Industrial Relations vol. 58 (1): 108-137.

Ortega, Jaime, 2009. "Employee Discretion and Performance Pay", The Accounting Review, vol. 84 (2): 589-612.

Ortega, Jaime, 2001. "Job Rotation as a Learning Mechanism", Management Science, vol. 47 (10): 1361-1370.

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 is currently the MBA Program Director at the university. 

Jaime Ortega's research studies the economic costs and benefits of human resource management (HRM) practices. In a context of strong competitive pressure, firms have increasingly introduced HRM practices to improve employees' individual performance and firm-level economic outcomes. In this endeavor, they are confronted with numerous questions about how employees should be rewarded (paid/promoted), how jobs should be designed, and how reward policies should be combined with job design choices. Answers are not simple because economic incentives can be very powerful, but can also generate large distortions. Choosing between alternative HRM practices thus requires understanding the relevant economic trade-offs, carefully recognizing the costs and benefits of the practices. Recent developments in big data availability make these questions more pressing while also providing novel opportunities to address them. 

Professor Ortega's work has been published in Management Science, The Accounting Review, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, among others; and he is a member of the Journal of Participation and Employee Ownership editorial advisory board.


Awaysheh, Amrou, Rocío Bonet and Jaime Ortega. "Performance Feedback and Productivity: Evidence from a Field Experiment", Production and Operations Management, forthcoming.

Bonet, Rocío, Tor Eriksson and Jaime Ortega, 2019. "Up for Review: Unravelling the Link between Formal Evaluations and Performance-Based Rewards", Industrial Relations vol. 58 (1): 108-137.

De Motta, Adolfo and Jaime Ortega, 2013. "Incentives, Capital Budgeting, and Organizational Structure", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy vol. 22 (4): 810-831.

Ortega, Jaime, 2009. "Employee Discretion and Performance Pay", The Accounting Review, vol. 84 (2), 2009, 589-612.

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

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

Ortega, Jaime, 2003. "Power in the Firm and Managerial Career Concerns", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy vol 12 (1): 1-29. 

Ortega, Jaime, 2001. "Job Rotation as a Learning Mechanism", Management Science, vol. 47 (10): 1361-1370.