Utility-Based Altruism: Evidence in Favour Gary Becker
Friedel Bolle and
Alexander Kritikos ()
No 232, Discussion Papers from European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Department of Business Administration and Economics
In Dictator Game experiments where the information status of the recipient varies we find that a certain type of donator tends to reduce his offer when the recipient has incomplete information about the pie size. This result provides new evidence on those approaches on altruism, which assume that the donator takes care for the recipient's utility when making his altruistic choice.
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