Delegation and Consultation with Contingent Information - 10.1628/093245613X13606733821557 - Mohr Siebeck
Economics

Andrew McGee

Delegation and Consultation with Contingent Information

Volume 169 () / Issue 2, pp. 229-252 (24)

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nformation makes the agent uncertain how her report influences the principal's decision. The agent's expectations regarding the principal's information and the relationship between the parties' information affect both the informativeness of communication from the agent and the allocation of decision-making authority when the principal has the option to consult the agent or delegate to her.
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