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Does Environmental Connotation Affect Coordination Issues in Experimental Stag Hunt Game?

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  • Dimitri Dubois
  • Stefano Farolfi
  • Mabel Tidball
  • Mathieu Desole
  • Annie Hofstetter

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We introduce illustration identifying environmental degradation or improvement into a 2x2 coordination game with two pareto-ranked equilibria. Our contribution focuses on the environmental nature of the information provided through the illustrations, and its effects on possible pro-environmental behaviour. Our findings have some important consequences in terms of public policies. Incentives based on sensitization campaigns for environmental issues can be an alternative to economic instruments for environmental management.

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  • Dimitri Dubois & Stefano Farolfi & Mabel Tidball & Mathieu Desole & Annie Hofstetter, 2015. "Does Environmental Connotation Affect Coordination Issues in Experimental Stag Hunt Game?," Working Papers 15-12, LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier, revised Oct 2015.
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    1. Kuhfuss, Laure & Preget, Raphaele & Thoyer, Sophie & de Vries, Frans & Hanley, Nick, 2018. "Spatial coordination in Payment for Environmental Service schemes: can we nudge the agglomeration bonus to enhance its effectiveness?," 92nd Annual Conference, April 16-18, 2018, Warwick University, Coventry, UK 273497, Agricultural Economics Society.
    2. Laure Kuhfuss & Raphaële Préget & Sophie Thoyer & Frans P. de Vries & Nick Hanley, 2017. "Nudging Participation and Spatial Agglomeration in Payment for Environmental Service Schemes," Discussion Papers in Environment and Development Economics 2017-11, University of St. Andrews, School of Geography and Sustainable Development.

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