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    • Children Develop a Veil of Fairness 

      Shaw, Alex; Montinari, Natalia; Piovesan, Marco; Olson, Kristina R.; Gino, Francesca; Norton, Michael Irwin (2012-07-25)
      Previous research suggests that children develop an increasing concern with fairness over the course of development. Research with adults suggests that the concern with fairness has at least two distinct components: a ...
    • Children Develop a Veil of Fairness 

      Shaw, A.; Montinari, N.; Piovesan, M.; Olson, K.R.; Gino, Francesca; Norton, Michael Irwin (American Psychological Association, 2012-12-07)
      Previous research suggests that children develop an increasing concern with fairness over the course of development. Research with adults suggests that the concern with fairness has at least two distinct components: a ...
    • Fairness and Redistribution: Comment 

      Di Tella, Rafael M.; Dubra, Juan (American Economic Association, 2013)
      In an influential paper, Alesina and Angeletos (2005)—henceforth, AA—argued that a preference for fairness could lead two identical societies to choose different economic systems. In particular, two equilibria might arise: ...
    • How Much (More) Should CEOs Make? A Universal Desire for More Equal Pay 

      Kiatpongsan, Sorapop; Norton, Michael Irwin (2014-11-03)
      Do people from different countries and different backgrounds have similar preferences for how much more the rich should earn than the poor? Using survey data from 40 countries (N = 55,238), we compare respondents’ estimates ...
    • Religion, Politician Identity and Development Outcomes: Evidence from India 

      Bhalotra, Sonia; Cassan, Guilhem; Clots-Figueras, Irma; Iyer, Lakshmi (Elsevier, 2014-05-13)
      This paper investigates whether the religious identity of state legislators in India influences development outcomes, both for citizens of their religious group and for the population as a whole. Using an instrumental ...