Investigating Donating Behavior Using Hypothetical Dictator Game Experiments
Kazuhito Ogawa () and
Review of Social Economy, 2015, vol. 73, issue 2, 176-195
We conduct dictator game experiments to investigate donating behavior by simultaneously examining the time delay when the donee receives the donation and the individual characteristics of the donor. We show that donations decrease as the time delay rises and that gender, education level, neuroticism, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and utilitarianism affect donations independent of the time delay.
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