Measuring Altruistic Behavior in Surveys: The All-or-Nothing Dictator Game
Keywords: Altruism, Dictator game, Field experiments
AbstractA field study of altruistic behaviour is presented using a modification of the dictator game in a large random sample survey in the netherlands (n=1,964). In line with laboratory experiments, only 5.7% donated money. In line with other survey research on giving, generosity increased with age, education, income, trust, and prosocial value orientation.
How to Cite
Bekkers, R. (2007). Measuring Altruistic Behavior in Surveys: The All-or-Nothing Dictator Game. Survey Research Methods, 1(3), 139-144. https://doi.org/10.18148/srm/2007.v1i3.54
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