Department of Economics - University of Innsbruck

Theories of Other-Regarding Preferences

Rudolf Kerschbamer


Zeit: Montags von 14:45-16:45 Uhr
 
Ort: Besprechungsraum des Institutes für FIWI,
4. Stock SoWi







15.10.07

2. Vorbesprechung


   
    

Payoff-Based Theories ('Social Preferences'):



    

29.10.07

FEHR, E. and K. SCHMIDT (1999): "A Theory of Fairness, Competition and Cooperation", Quarterly Journal of Economics 114, 817 – 868


Paper

    

05.11.07

BOLTON, G. and A. OCKENFELS (2000): "ERC: A Theory of Equity, Reciprocity and Competition", American Economic Review 90, 166 – 193


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 ENGELMANN, D. and M. STROBEL (2004): "Inequality Aversion Efficiency and Maximum Preferences in Simple Distribution Experiments", American Economic Review 94(4), 857-869 Paper
    
 

FEHR, E. and K. SCHMIDT (2004): "The Role of Equality, Efficiency and Rawlsian Motives in Social Preferences: A Replay to Engelmann and Strobel", Working Paper NO.179, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zürich

 

Paper

 

 
    

Type-Based Theories ('Interdependent Preferences'):

  
    

12.11.07

LEVINE, D. (1998): "Modelling Altruism and Spitefulness in Game Experiments", Review of Economic Dynamics 1, 593 – 622.


Paper

    
19.11.07

GUL, F. and W. PESENDORFER (2007), "The Canonical Space for Behavioral Types", Mimeo, Princeton University

 

Paper

   
    

Intentions- or Beliefs-Based Theories ('Reciprocity', 'Guilt-Aversion'):

  
    

26.11.07
 

RABIN, M. (1993): "Incorporating Fairness into Game Theory", American Economic Review 82(5), 1281 – 1302.


Paper

   
 NELSON, R. (2001): "Incorporating Fairness into Game Theory and Economics: Comment", American Economic Review 91, 1180 – 1183. Paper
    

03.12.07

DUFWENBERG, M. and G. KIRCHSTEIGER (2004): "A Theory of Sequential Reciprocity", Games and Economic Behavior 47(2), 268 – 298


Paper

    
10.12.07

CHARNESS, G. and M. DUFWENBERG (2006): "Promises and Partnership", Econometrica  74(6), 1579-1601

 

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BATTIGALLI, P. and M. DUFWENBERG (2007): "Guilt in Games", American Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings 97, 170-76

 

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Mixed Theories:



   
07.01.08

CHARNESS, G. and M. RABIN (2002): "Understanding Social Preferences With Simple Tests", Quarterly Journal of Economics 117(3), 817 – 869

 Paper
    

14.01.08

COX, J., D. FRIEDMAN and S. GJERSTAD (2007): "A Traceable Model of Reciprocity and Fairness", Games and Economic Behavior 59, 17-45


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Axiomatic Approaches:



    

21.01.08

NEILSON, W. (2006): "Axiomatic Reference Dependence in Behavior Toward Others and Toward Risk", Economic Theory 28(3), 681-692


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28.01.08

SEGAL, U. and J. SOBEL (2007): "Tit for Tat: Foundations of Preferences for Reciprocity in Strategic Settings", Journal of Economic Theory 136(1), 197-216


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Surveys:

Fehr and Gächter (2000)

Konow (2003)

Fehr and Schmidt (2005)

Sobel (2005)

 

weitere Literatur

 

Rudolf Kerschbamer