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Collective Action in Games as in Life: Experimental Evidence from Canal Cleaning in Haiti

Abbie Turiansky

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Abstract: This paper explores the impact of farmers’ exposure to a collective action dilemma in a framed public goods game on their real-world contributions to a public good.

Keywords: Haiti; public goods; framed field experiments; behavioral economic nudges (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 43
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