Schlagwort: Social preferences
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Neuroeconomic Foundations of Trust and Social Preferences
Neuroeconomics merges methods from neuroscience and economics to better understand how the human brain generates decisions in economic and social contexts. Neuroeconomics is part of the general quest (...)
The Role of Equality, Efficiency, and Rawlsian Motives in Social Preferences
A Reply to Engelmann and Strobel
In a recent paper Engelmann and Strobl claim that a combination of a preference for efficiency and a Rawlsian motive for helping the least well-off is far more important than inequity aversion. Here (...)
Why Social Preferences Matter ? The Impact of Non-Selfish Motives on Competition, Cooperation and Incentives
A substantial number of people exhibit social preferences, which means they are not solely motivated by material self-interest but also care positively or negatively for the material payoffs of (...)