Experimental Economics and Other-Regarding Preferences: Public Goods Experiments
AbstractThis talk will describe a stream of research in experimental economics focusing on the illumination and demonstration of other-regarding preferences (ORPs). Evidence will come primarily from public goods experiments, but also bargaining games (ultimatum, dictator, trust, ...
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