The paper is devoted to the assessment of the relevance of the they-. come-. to-. play effect (CTPE, defined in the text). It employs both a real-effort setting and a questionnaire. The effect proves to be significant, albeit the results cannot be generalized straightforwardly. From the comparison between the real-effort setting and the questionnaire it turns out that subjects are influenced by their political preferences only in the latter. © 2009 Elsevier Inc.

Ortona, G., Ottone, S., Ponzano, S., Scacciati, S. (2010). Some differences in revealed behaviour under different inquiry methods. JOURNAL OF SOCIO-ECONOMICS, 39(5), 546-553 [10.1016/j.socec.2009.10.003].

Some differences in revealed behaviour under different inquiry methods

OTTONE, STEFANIA;
2010

Abstract

The paper is devoted to the assessment of the relevance of the they-. come-. to-. play effect (CTPE, defined in the text). It employs both a real-effort setting and a questionnaire. The effect proves to be significant, albeit the results cannot be generalized straightforwardly. From the comparison between the real-effort setting and the questionnaire it turns out that subjects are influenced by their political preferences only in the latter. © 2009 Elsevier Inc.
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Come-to-play effect; Questionnaire; Real-effort experiments; Strategy method;
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Ortona, G., Ottone, S., Ponzano, S., Scacciati, S. (2010). Some differences in revealed behaviour under different inquiry methods. JOURNAL OF SOCIO-ECONOMICS, 39(5), 546-553 [10.1016/j.socec.2009.10.003].
Ortona, G; Ottone, S; Ponzano, S; Scacciati, S
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