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Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics

(Perspectives in Behavioral Economics and the Economics of Behavior)

Bucciol, Alessandro (EDT)   Montinari, Natalia (EDT)

Academic Press 2019/06
360p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9780128158579
eISBN: 9780128158586
KNPID: EY00348564
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Full Description

Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics provides a rigorous and comprehensive overview of dishonesty, presenting state-of-the-art research that adopts a behavioral economics perspective. Throughout the volume, contributors emphasize the effects of psychological, social, and cognitive factors on the decision-making process. In contrast to related titles, Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics emphasizes the importance of empirical research methodologies. Its contributors demonstrate how various methods applied to similar research questions can lead to different results. This characteristic is important because, of course, it is difficult to obtain reliable measures of dishonesty.

  • Reviews many key issues in the literature around lying, cheating, fraudulence, and deception
  • Covers both state-of-the-art methods and data collection mechanisms (e.g., laboratory experiments, field experiments, online surveys)
  • Discusses novel interdisciplinary research findings and from them proposes new avenues of research

Table of Contents

Section 1: Dishonesty in behavioral economics: An overview 1. Dishonesty in behavioral economics: An overview

Section 2: Dishonesty among children and young adults 2.1 Dishonesty in young children 2.2 Dishonesty among children: Rural/urban status and parental migration 2.3 What does a young cheater look like? An innovative approach 2.4 Dishonesty among university students 2.5 Cheating in academic exams: A field study

Section 3: Dishonesty, individual, and social preferences 3.1 Do economists lie more? 3.2 Cheating and altruism by discipline 3.3 Negative externalities of cheating: An experiment with charities 3.4 Cheating: Perceptions and profit 3.5 An experiment on conformity in deception

Section 4: Dishonesty in daily life 4.1 Fare-dodging in the lab and the moral cost of dishonesty 4.2 The cost of being honest: Excessive change at the restaurant 4.3 Prosociality and fiscal honesty: Tax evasion in Italy, United Kingdom, and Sweden 4.4 Can upfront declarations of honesty improve anonymous self-reports of sensitive information?