When Fair Isn't Fair: Understanding Choice Reversals Involving Social Preferences
NBER Working Paper No. 25257
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We would like to thank participants at the 2015 SITE Psychology and Economics Workshop, the 2016 AEA meetings, the 2016 New England Experimental Economics Workshop, the 2016 Early Career Behavioral Economics conference, the 2017 Economic Science Association meetings, the Tenth Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium, and seminars at Columbia, Texas A&M, Cornell, University of Southern California, Emory, Claremont Graduate University, University of Connecticut, Yale, Bocconi, WBZ Berlin, University of Lyon, University of Zurich, Chapman University, University of San Diego, the RAND Institute, Santa Clara University, and Caltech for helpful comments. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.