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The extended self, product valuation, and the endowment effect

Daniel Villanova ()
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Daniel Villanova: University of Arkansas

AMS Review, 2019, vol. 9, issue 3, No 13, 357-371

Abstract: Abstract Various explanations have been proposed to account for discrepancies in product valuation, pertaining particularly to the buyer-seller valuation gap called the endowment effect. Previous research has examined the roles of loss sensitivity, strategic responding, differences between buyers and sellers in information processing, self-enhancement, and psychological ownership as causes of the endowment effect. This article presents a conceptual perspective based on the theory of the extended self that integrates previously proposed mechanisms for the endowment effect. The self-extension perspective generates novel predictions about possible moderators of the endowment effect. Further, the self-extension perspective also raises questions for product valuation in general. By integrating previous research and posing new questions, the self-extension perspective provides a new base for the advancement of research on product valuation.

Keywords: Extended self; Product valuation; Endowment effect; Valuation gap (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.1007/s13162-018-0132-0

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