Does gender moderate the influence of emotions on risk-taking? The meta-analysis reloaded
Matteo M. Marini
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 2022, vol. 35, issue C
This paper is a follow-up investigation to the aggregate data meta-analysis by Marini (2022), the latter being designed to detect what study characteristics moderate the effect of emotions on risk preferences. Our work purports to strengthen the findings of Marini (2022) by taking into account gender as a moderator, as well as to extend the analysis along the dimension of country-level individualism. These goals are pursued by pooling individual participant data from the subset of studies that make use of multiple price lists as risk elicitation method. We find that gender does not moderate the influence of emotions on risk propensity and subjects take greater risks when studies are conducted in individualist countries, supporting the evidence of a positive link between individualism and risk-seeking even with respect to participants experiencing no emotion.
Keywords: Meta-analysis; Gender differences; Emotions; Risk-taking; Individualism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C91 D81 D91 J16 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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