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Handbook > Trust, Fairness, and Reciprocity > Bibliography

Bibliography for Trust, Fairness, Reciprocity, and Other-Regarding Preferences Section

  1. Abbink, Klaus, Bernd Irlenbusch, and Elke Renner, "The Moonlighting Game: An Empirical Study on Reciprocity and Retribution." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 42, 2000, pp.265-77.
  2. Andreoni, James, Marco Castillo, and Ragan Petrie, "New Experiments on Bargaining: The Squishy Game," University of Wisconsin, Discussion Paper, 1999.
  3. Berg, Joyce, John Dickhaut, and Kevin McCabe, "Trust, Reciprocity, and Social History." Games and Economic Behavior, July 1995, 10(1), pp. 122-42.
  4. Coleman, J., Foundations of Social Choice Theory, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.
  5. Cox, James C., "How to Identify Trust and Reciprocity," Games and Economic Behavior, 46, 2004, pp. 260-281.
  6. Cox, James C., "Implications of Game Triads for Observations of Trust and Reciprocity," University of Arizona discussion paper, September 1999, revised 2000.
  7. Cox, James C., "On the Economics of Reciprocity," University of Arizona discussion paper, January 2001.
  8. Cox, James C., "Trust and Reciprocity: Implications of Game Triads and Social Contexts," University of Arizona discussion paper, September 1999, revised 2000.
  9. Cox, James C. and Cary Deck, "On the Nature of Reciprocal Motives," Economic Inquiry, forthcoming.
  10. Cox, James C., Daniel Friedman, and Steven Gjerstad, "A Tractable Model of Reciprocity and Fairness," University of Arizona discussion paper, 2004.
  11. Cox, James C., Klarita Sadiraj, and Vjollca Sadiraj, "Implications of Trust, Fear, and Reciprocity for Modeling Economic Behavior," University of Arizona discussion paper, 2004.
  12. Dickinson, David L., "A Bargaining Experiment to Motivate Discussion on Fairness," Journal of Economic Education, Spring 2002, pp.136-151.
  13. Dufwenberg, Martin and Georg Kirchsteiger, "A Theory of Sequential Reciprocity," mimeo, CentEr Tilburg, 1998.
  14. Falk, Armin, Ernst Fehr, and Urs Fischbacher, "On the Nature of Fair Behavior," Economic Inquiry, forthcoming.
  15. Fehr, Ernst and Simon Gächter, "Fairness and Retaliation: The Economics of Reciprocity." Journal of Economic Perspectives, 14, 2000, pp. 159-191.
  16. Fehr, Ernst, Simon Gächter, and Georg Kirchsteiger, "Reciprocity as a Contract Enforcement Device: Experimental Evidence." Econometrica, July 1997, 65(4), pp. 833-60.
  17. Fehr, Ernst, Georg Kirchsteiger, and Arno Riedl, "Does Fairness Prevent Market Clearing? An Experimental Investigation." Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1993, 108(2), pp. 437-60.
  18. Fehr, Ernst and Klaus M. Schmidt, "A Theory of Fairness, Competition and Cooperation," Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1999, pp. 817-868.
  19. Fosythe, Robert, Joel L. Horowitz, N. E. Savin, and Martin Sefton, "Replicability, Fairness and Pay in Experiments with Simple Bargaining Games," Games and Economic Behavior, May 1994, 6(3), pp. 347-69.
  20. Güth, Werner, Rolf Schmittberger, and Bernd Schwarze, "An Experimental Analysis of Ultimatum Bargaining," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, December 1982, 3, pp. 367-388.
  21. Hoffman, Elizabeth, Kevin McCabe, and Vernon Smith, "Social Distance and Other-Regarding Behavior in Dictator Games." American Economic Review, 3, 1996, pp. 653-660.
  22. Hoffman, Elizabeth, Kevin McCabe, Keith Shachat, and Vernon L. Smith, "Preferences, Property Rights, and Anonymity in Bargaining Games," Games and Economic Behavior, 7:3 (November 1994), pp. 346-380.
  23. Rabin, Matthew, "Incooperating Fairness into Game Theory and Economics", American Economic Review 83, 1993, pp. 1281-1302.
  24. Rabin, Matthew, "Psychology and Economics", Journal of Economic Literature 36, 1998, pp. 11-46.
  25. Servátka, Maros, "Carrot or Stick? An Experimental Study of Reputation Effects in Dictator Games," University of Arizona discussion paper, 2004.

 
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