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Does stake size matter for cooperation and punishment?

Martin Kocher (), Peter Martinsson and Martine Visser ()

Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 3, 508-511

Abstract: The effects of stake size on cooperation and punishment are investigated using a public goods experiment. We find that an increase in stake size does neither significantly affect cooperation nor the level of punishment.

Date: 2008
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