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Gender and altruism in a random sample

Journal article
Authors A. Boschini
A. Dreber
E. von Essen
A. Muren
Eva Ranehill
Published in Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Volume 77
Pages 72-77
ISSN 2214-8043
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Economics
Pages 72-77
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socec.2018.09....
Subject categories Gender Studies

Abstract

We study gender differences in altruism in a large random sample of the Swedish population using a standard dictator game. Beside a baseline treatment we implement a priming treatment where participants are reminded of their gender, and two treatments with known male and female counterpart respectively. We find suggestive evidence that women are more altruistic than men only in the priming treatment. A post-hoc analysis using data on interviewer gender to explore gender context effects indicates that priming affects behavior only in mixedgender contexts.

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