The Pleasure of Being Nasty

@inproceedings{Abbink2009ThePO,
  title={The Pleasure of Being Nasty},
  author={Klaus Abbink and Abdolkarim Sadrieh},
  year={2009}
}
Many laboratory experiments show that people are often altruistic or care for fairness. We present data that reveal a darker side of human nature. We introduce the joy-of-destruction game. Two players each receive an endowment and simultaneously decide on how much of the other player’s endowment to destroy. Subjects play this game repeatedly. In one treatment, subjects can hide their destruction behind random destruction. In this treatment, money is destroyed in almost 40% of all decisions. We… CONTINUE READING
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