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Identifier les «préférences sociales»: une étude expérimentale en jeu d’ultimatum

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  • Ingrid Bierla

    (IESEG School of Management)

  • Sebastien Richard


    (Faculté des Sciences Economiques et Sociales, Lille 1)

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    Partant du constat que des préférences sociales très différentes peuvent conduire, assez paradoxalement, à des comportements assez similaires en jeu d’ultimatum, ce papier a pour ambition de proposer une méthode d’identification de ces préférences. Nous proposons une modélisation théorique en incertitude du comportement de trois types de joueurs : les égoïstes, les compétiteurs et les averses à l’inégalité et testons, lors d’une session expérimentale, son pouvoir prédictif des préférences sociales. Nous montrons alors que celles-ci peuvent être identifiées avec précision : lors d’un questionnaire post-expérimental, plus de 80% des joueurs valident notre prédiction sur leur préférence.

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    Paper provided by IESEG School of Management in its series Working Papers with number 2005-ECO-03.

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    Length: 17 pages
    Date of creation: Jun 2005
    Handle: RePEc:ies:wpaper:e200503
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