Individual behavior and group membership : Comment By

@inproceedings{Sutter2008IndividualBA,
  title={Individual behavior and group membership : Comment By},
  author={Matthias Sutter},
  year={2008}
}
Charness et al. (2007b) have shown that group membership has a strong effect on individual decisions in strategic games when group membership is salient through payoff commonality. In this comment I show that their findings also apply to non-strategic decisions, even when no outgroup exists, and I relate the effects of group membership on individual decisions to joint decision making in teams. I find in an investment experiment that individual decisions with salient group membership are largely… CONTINUE READING
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