Putting Behavioral Economics To Work: Testing For Gift Exchange In Labor Markets Using Field Experiments

Gneezy, Uri; List, John, (2006). Putting Behavioral Economics To Work: Testing For Gift Exchange In Labor Markets Using Field Experiments. National Bureau of Economic Research.

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