ProjectPublic Good Games with German Farmers Study IDsspp-2021-0002-v1 Study Title
Expert forecasts on cooperation of German farmers in a public good game AuthorsJens Rommel, Julian Sagebiel, Christoph Schulze Completion Time10 Minutes Close DateFeb. 15, 2021 DisciplineEconomics FieldExperimental Economics CountryGermany Abstract The experiment is part of a European Union H2020 funded project on collective agri-environmental schemes which investigates cooperation among farmers. We collect data for one baseline and four treatments of a public goods game. The baseline is a linear voluntary contribution mechanism public goods game with four players, endowed with 50 Euro. Contributions are doubled and redistributed equally. The four treatments are 1) heterogeneous initial endowments, 2) leading-by-example, 3) a social norm treatment, emphasizing earlier cooperative solutions, and 4) highlighting the social optimum.
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Rommel, Jens, Sagebiel, Julian, and Christoph Schulze. 2021. "Expert forecasts on cooperation of German farmers in a public good game." Social Science Prediction Platform. January 18. https://socialscienceprediction.org/s/xac486