All pages with keywords: public goods
This paper examines how diversifying and specialising production towards environmental goods and services is associated with the profitability and market valuation of firms. read more »
We study collective choice when individuals have heterogeneous discounted utilitarian preferences. Two attractive properties of intertemporal preferences are indistinguishable for individuals, but have dramatically different implications for collective choice. Time … read more »
Grantham Workshop | Michele Valsecchi: ‘Resource Windfalls and Public Goods: Evidence from a Policy Reform in Indonesia’
Michele Valsecchi, a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Gothenburg and currently visiting STICERD (London School of Economics), will be the speaker for this seminar.
Why cooperation occurs when noncooperation appears to be individually rational has been an issue in economics for at least a half century. In the 1960s and 1970s, the context was … read more »
We explored experimentally how threshold uncertainty affects coordination success in a threshold public goods game. Whereas all groups succeeded in providing the public good when the … read more »