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Choice-set effects in dictator game

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ĎURINÍK Michal

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Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

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Popis In Dictator game it is common to see dictators transfer positive amounts to recipients. When the game is expanded by the opportunity for the dictator to not only give, but also to take from the recipient, many fewer positive transfers occur. There are several possible ways to explain this change in dictators’ behavior. One proposed explanation is via Experimenter Demand Effect: subjects give because in “giving game” that is the proper thing to do, in “taking game” taking is the proper thing to do. Alternative explanation proposes that changes in dictators’ behavior are due to context effects, similar to context effects observed and studied in consumer choice (decoy effect, compromise effect, etc). We design an experiment to investigate the impact of choice set manipulations, similar to those studied in consumer choice, on dictators’ behavior.
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