Note: We thank the research and development institute Nitlapan of the Central American University (UCA) for supporting the organization of the fieldwork. We are very grateful to Teresa Sequeros for undertaking the field research with the support of Merilyng Ulissa Peña Sequeira, Javier Ruiz Perez, and Will Tellez. We also thank colleagues at Wageningen University for comments on the experimental design. This paper benefitted from comments of participants at the UNU-WIDER conference on “Poverty and Behavioural Economics,” and seminar participants at Wageningen University, as well as from financial support from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (project number NWO-VAM 454-04-011).
Aid Distribution and Cooperation in Unequal Communities
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Review of Income and Wealth
Special Issue: Poverty, Development, and Behavioral Economics (Comprises Findings of UNU-WIDER Project New Approaches to Measuring Poverty and Vulnerability)
Volume 60, Issue 1, pages 114–132, March 2014
How to Cite
D'Exelle, B. and van den Berg, M. (2014), Aid Distribution and Cooperation in Unequal Communities. Review of Income and Wealth, 60: 114–132. doi: 10.1111/roiw.12092
- Issue published online: 4 FEB 2014
- Article first published online: 4 FEB 2014
- Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research. Grant Number: NWO-VAM 454-04-011
Appendix 1: Experimental Instructions and Procedures
Table A1: Treatments
Appendix 2: Additional Analyses
Table A2: Aid distribution by representatives per round and per treatment (representative-sharing treatment)
Table A3: Determinants of individual contribution (equal-sharing treatment)
Table A4: Determinants of individual contribution (representative-sharing treatment)
Table A5: Determinants of being highest contributor (representative-sharing treatment)
Table A6: Amount of aid received (representative-sharing treatment)
Table A7: Proportion of aid kept by representative
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