Social Background, Cooperative Behavior, and Norm Enforcement

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Kocher, Martin; Martinsson, Peter; Visser, Martine;
  • Subject: social capital | cooperation, public goods, punishment, experiment, social capital, South Africa | punishment | experiment | public goods | South Africa | Cooperation
    • jel: jel:H41 | jel:C91 | jel:C72 | jel:Z13

Studies have shown that there are differences in cooperative behavior across countries. Furthermore, differences in the use and the reaction on the introduction of a norm enforcement mechansism have been documented in cross-cultural studies, recently. We present data wh... View more
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