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Working Paper Series Working Paper No . 2018-04 The In uence of Bribery and Relative Reciprocity on a Physician ' s Prescription Decision-An Experiment

@inproceedings{Hilleringmann2018WorkingPS,
  title={Working Paper Series Working Paper No . 2018-04 The In uence of Bribery and Relative Reciprocity on a Physician ' s Prescription Decision-An Experiment},
  author={Vanessa Hilleringmann},
  year={2018}
}
  • Vanessa Hilleringmann
  • Published 2018
  • Focusing on a physician’s relationships to a briber and a patient, this experiment analyzes the influence of a bribe on a physician’s treatment decision. We conduct a partner treatment, in which briber and physician play together for the whole experiment and a stranger treatment, where briber and physician are re-matched every period. With the help of the two treatments, we vary the relative reciprocity between the physician and the two other actors, briber and patient. Additionally we use a… CONTINUE READING

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