Mühlheusser, Gerd Roider, Andreas Wallmeier, Niklas
Year of Publication:
IZA Discussion Papers 8443
Extending the die rolling experiment of Fischbacher and Föllmi-Heusi (2013), we compare gender effects with respect to unethical behavior by individuals and by two-person groups. In contrast to individual decisions, gender matters strongly under group decisions. We find more lying in male groups and mixed groups than in female groups.
unethical behavior lying group decisions gender effects experiment