Third Party Punishment of Takers and Givers in the Dictator Game

Small, Matthew Z.
2011

This paper investigates whether an altered design to the dictator and third party punishment games would reveal that norm enforcement is a preferable explanatory theory to other popular theories, including fairness motives and inequity aversion. The experimental design creates conditions where the responses should differ if participants are enforcing norms, but should not differ if they are respon... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
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Game theory
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