An Economic Anatomy of Culture: Attitudes and Behaviour in Inter- and Intra- National Ultimatum Game Experiments
Swee-Hoon Chuah (),
Robert Hoffmann (),
Martin Jones () and
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Occasional Papers from Industrial Economics Division
The processes by which culture influences economic variables need to be exposed in order for the concept to be a useful tool for prediction and policy formulation. We investigate the attitudes and experimental behaviour of Malaysian and UK subjects to shed light on the nature of culture and the mechanisms by which it a ects economic behaviour. Attitudinal dimensions of culture which significantly influence experimental game play are identified. This approach is offered towards a method to suitably quantify culture for economic analysis.
Keywords: culture; ultimatum game; attitudes; world values survey; experiments (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C72 C91 D64 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: An economic anatomy of culture: Attitudes and behaviour in inter- and intra-national ultimatum game experiments (2009)
Working Paper: An Economic Anatomy of Culture: Attitudes and Behaviour in Inter- and Intra-National Ultimatum Game Experiments (2005)
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