DO WE NEED MORE TIME TO GIVE LESS? EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FROM TUNISIA
Gilles Grolleau (),
Sana Harbi and
Bulletin of Economic Research, 2018, vol. 70, issue 4, 400-409
Using a laboratory dictator game in Tunisia, we investigate whether the donation level is influenced by the time allotted to take the giving decision. We found that when participants have more time to decide, they give less compared to a situation where they have less time to take their decision. Some policy and managerial implications are drawn.
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