Chaudhuri, Ananish Chen, DeeDee Graziano, Sara McIntire, Frances Winkler, Dawn
Year of Publication:
Working Papers / Wellesley College, Department of Economics 2003,02
We study a public goods game where subjects get feedback either continually or intermittently. We find that the intermittent feedback helps to mitigate problems of free riding because subjects in this treatment focus more on a string of choices rather than deciding on a case by case basis as in the continuous feedback treatment.