Independent Randomization Devices and the Elicitation of Ambiguity Averse Preferences

Abstract

Random incentive mechanisms are an important tool of experimental economics. According to such mechanisms subjects are asked to choose from a variety of problems, but are paid according to only one randomly drawn problem. I show that subjects’ choices in random incentive mechanisms and single choice experiments are identical if they view the randomization… (More)

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