• January 6, 2019
  • Hilton Atlanta, 216

Social Preferences with Not WEIRD (Western Educated Industrialized Rich Democratic) People

The following SABE session at the ASSA meeting features different aspects and experimental research on social preferences of not WEIRD (Western Educated Industrialized Rich Democracies) populations.  Please see the program below or click the link below to access more information.  Hope to see you!

Chair: Hernan D. Bejarano, CIDE/ESI

Paper Sessions

Once a Liar Always a Liar?
Raymond Duch, University of Oxford

How Much Does Your Boss Make? The Effects of Salary Comparisons
Ricardo Perez-Truglia, University of California-Los Angeles
Zoë Cullen, Harvard Business School

Experiments on Kinship, Culture and Favoritism
Erik Kimbrough, Chapman University
Pedro Romero, San Francisco University of Quito

Who Is More Generous with the Most Needy? Experimental Evidence from Bogota’s Stratification
Mariana Blanco, Del Rosario University
Patricio Dalton, Tilburg University

Antonio Arechar, CIDE
Hernan Bejarano, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE) and Chapman University
Brit Grosskopf, University of Exeter
Kristian Vargas, University of California-Santa Cruz

JEL Classifications

  • D9 – Micro-Based Behavioral Economics
  • B4 – Economic Methodology

More information: https://www.aeaweb.org/conference/2019/preliminary/846