On the elicitation and measurement of betrayal aversion
Betrayal aversion has been operationalized as the evidence that subjects demand a higher risk premium to take social risks compared to natural risks. This evidence has been first shown by Bohnet and Zeckhauser (2004) using an adaptation of the Becker-DeGroot-Marshak mechanism (BDM, Becker et al. (19...
|Main Author:||Quercia, Simone|
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Nottingham The University of Nottingham, Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics (CeDEx) 2015
|published in:||CeDEx Discussion Paper Series Vol. 2015-09|
|Data of publication:||2015|
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