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Estimation of Exit Behaviors--Panel Data Analysis of an Experiment with Intergroup Mobility

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  • Hideki Fujiyama


  • Jun Kobayashi
  • Yuhsuke Koyama
  • Hirokuni Oura
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    We estimate exit behavior in a repeated social dilemma situation with intergroup mobility, using experimental data. Estimated results show that absolute levels of cooperation of others in one’s own group is a significant determinant. Also, the difference between the absolute levels of cooperation and the cooperation index based on a subject’s actual choices for cooperation, from the first some periods, is significant. Information about other groups is not important. Based on these results, we draw the following conclusions: (1) subjects care about the information concerning their own group. (2) the higher the cooperation index for a subject, the higher is the probability that he/she will move, given the same level of cooperation of others.

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    Paper provided by Department of Economics, Louisiana State University in its series Departmental Working Papers with number 2007-07.

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    Date of creation: Jul 2007
    Handle: RePEc:lsu:lsuwpp:2007-07
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