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- KurzbeschreibungThis book consists of behavioral and experimental <br>work on self-control problems, as well as effects of <br>reputation on fairness considerations. Chapter 1 <br>presents a theoretical model of task performance <br>behavior where people have time-inconsistent <br>preferences. The main premise is that the likelihood <br>to procrastinate and to take measures to prevent <br>procrastination might change as individuals join <br>groups. We argue that group membership, due to its <br>payoff structures and social pressures, might be <br>conceived as a commitment device both for those who <br>are aware of their problem and for those who are <br>not. Chapter 2 is an experiment that tests a <br>question suggested in Chapter 1: Do people s <br>procrastination behavior change in groups? If people <br>rely on costly devices to counteract self-control <br>problems, do groups mitigate or exacerbate this <br>reliance? Why are commitment devices underutilized? <br>The third chapter takes on another behavioral topic <br>and shows that past behavior might affect people s <br>fairness judgments. Including information of past <br>play, we analyze rejection rates in ultimatum games <br>and we observe that reputation matters.
- AutorGizem Saka
- Seiten184 Seiten
- Gewicht290 g
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