Title : Framing and cooperation in public good games: an experiment with an interior solution.
Author(s) : Marc WILLINGER, Anthony ZIEGELMEYER
Abstract : We show that experimental subjects tend to contribute more to the public good if they perceive the actions of the others as a source of positive externality rather than a source of negative externality. In our experiment partial contribution to the public good is the unique subgame perfect equilibrium for the repeated game.
Key-words : Experimental economics; Public goods
JEL Classification : C92, H41