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Short- & long-term effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives to cooperate in public good games: An experiment

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_2340246314

Short- & long-term effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives to cooperate in public good games: An experiment

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Short- & long-term effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives to cooperate in public good games: An experiment

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Short- & long-term effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives to cooperate in public good games: An experiment

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San Francisco: Public Library of Science

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PloS one, 2020, Vol.15 (1), p.e0227360-e0227360

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_2340246314

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English

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San Francisco: Public Library of Science

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Using a common experimental framework, this paper addresses both the question of the short-term and the long-lasting effects of temporary monetary and non-monetary incentive mechanisms on increasing individual contributions to the public good. The results show that both punishments and rewards significantly increase contributions compared to the ba...

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Short- & long-term effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives to cooperate in public good games: An experiment

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_2340246314

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1932-6203

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1932-6203

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10.1371/journal.pone.0227360

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