How to Enhance Employee Voice Behavior Based on Game Theory


With the need of enterprise competition and development, the importance of the employee voice behavior is becoming increasingly apparent. Therefore, people pay more and more attention to employee voice behavior in the field of organization behavior. From the perspective of game theory, this paper has established a static game of complete information and analyzed the strategy selection between enterprise and the employee. Meanwhile, we take appropriate measures in order to achieve win-win development of enterprises and employees.

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Tang, M. (2015) How to Enhance Employee Voice Behavior Based on Game Theory. Modern Economy, 6, 398-403. doi: 10.4236/me.2015.63037.

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