Normative Disagreement and Public Good Provision in (Changing) Groups

Kasper Otten
Prior studies suggest that cooperation in public good games with heterogeneous returns (benefits) is unstable and relatively low because participants disagree on the appropriate way to contribute, but the role of these normative views remains unclear because they are rarely directly measured or manipulated. We measure each participant's view on the appropriate way to contribute to the public good prior to play, and use this information to sort people into groups that either agree or...
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