Belief elicitation in experiments: is there a hedging problem?

Belief-elicitation experiments usually reward accuracy of stated beliefs in addition to payments for other decisions. But this allows risk-averse subjects to hedge with their stated beliefs against adverse outcomes of the other decisions. So can we trust the existing belief-elicitation results? And...

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Volume: 13
Main Author: Blanco, Mariana
Engelmann, Dirk
Koch, Alexander K
Normann, Hans-Theo
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: Boston Springer US 01.12.2010
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Springer
published in: Experimental economics : a journal of the Economic Science Association Vol. 13; no. 4; pp. 412 - 438
ORCID: 0000-0002-0242-5948
0000-0001-9471-1636
0000-0002-2458-1327
Data of publication: 20101200
ISSN: 1386-4157
1573-6938
EISSN: 1573-6938
Discipline: Economics
Series: Experimental Economics
Subjects:
C90
C72
Online Access: Fulltext
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