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in the private and public spheres. -- fairness ; welfare ; private goods ; public goods …Based on the premise that fairness is different from equity and that it is primarily used in informal contexts we … present an economic approach to fairness. Discussing the results of behavioral economics reveals the experience that people do …
Based on the premise that fairness is different from equity and that it is primarily used in in-formal contexts we … present an economic approach to fairness. Discussing the results of behav-ioral economics reveals the experience that people … economic aspects of fairness are discussed in two ways: first, Varian´s idea of envy-free allocations in a general …
distributional equity. Fairness among agents with different preferences is taken into account by considering their marginal …
In this paper we explore the relationship between an equitable distribution of the cost shares in public-good provision on the one hand and the core property of an allocation on the other. In particular we show that it is an inhomogeneous distribution of cost shares that motivates some coalition...
In this paper, we extend the Fehr and Schmidt model of inequality aversion to a situation where the players differ with respect to their benefits and costs from contributions to a non-linear public good. A necessary condition for contributing to the public good is that the players’ benefit...
others about what one should contribute. -- Public good game ; threshold ; communication ; fairness ; endowment heterogeneity …
In this paper we explore the relationship between an equitable distribution of the cost shares in public-good provision on the one hand and the core property of an allocation on the other. In particular we show that it is an inhomogeneous distribution of cost shares that motivates some coalition...
We use a two-person public goods experiment to distinguish between effciency and fairness as possible motivations for … results indicate that fairness (or inequality aversion) is more in°uential than efficiency in driving behavior. …
' perceptions of fairness and trust are also key drivers of their work effort. Treating employees with respect is not only ethically …
In this paper we show that a simple model of fairness preferences explains major experimental regularities of common …