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    • Children’s reasoning about distributive and retributive justice across development. 

      Smith, Craig R; Warneken, Felix (American Psychological Association (APA), 2016)
      Research on distributive justice indicates that preschool-age children take issues of equity and merit into account when distributing desirable items, but that they often prefer to see desirable items allocated equally in ...
    • A Choice Prediction Competition for Social Preferences in Simple Extensive Form Games: An Introduction 

      Ert, Eyal; Erev, Ido; Roth, Alvin E. (MDPI AG, 2011)
      Two independent, but related, choice prediction competitions are organized that focus on behavior in simple two-person extensive form games http://sites.google.com/site/extformpredcomp/): one focuses on predicting the ...
    • Corruption, Inequality, and Fairness 

      Alesina, Alberto; Angeletos, George-Marios (Elsevier, 2005)
      Bigger governments raise the possibilities for corruption; more corruption may in turn raise the support for redistributive policies that intend to correct the inequality and injustice generated by corruption. We formalize ...
    • Fair Information Sharing for Treasure Hunting 

      Chen, Yiling; Nissim, Kobbi; Waggoner, Bo (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, 2015)
      In a search task, a group of agents compete to be the first to find the solution. Each agent has different private information to incorporate into its search. This problem is inspired by settings such as scientific research, ...
    • Fairness with an Honest Minority and a Rational Majority 

      Ong, Shien Jin; Parkes, David C.; Rosen, Alon; Vadhan, Salil P. (Springer Verlag, 2009)
      We provide a simple protocol for secret reconstruction in any threshold secret sharing scheme, and prove that it is fair when executed with many rational parties together with a small minority of honest parties. That is, ...
    • Fairness, Risk Preferences and Independence: Impossibility Theorems 

      Fudenberg, Drew; Lavine, David K. (Elsevier, 2012)
      The most widely used economic models of social preferences are specified only for certain outcomes. There are two obvious methods of extending them to lotteries. If we do so by expected utility theory, so that the independence ...
    • The Space between Us and Them: Perceptions of Status Differences 

      Kahn, K.; Ho, Arnold; Sidanius, James; Pratto, F. (SAGE Publications, 2009)
      The current study examines perceived status differences among ethnic groups. Consistent with a group dominance perspective, three samples of American university students revealed that perceived ethnic status differences ...