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Экономические стимулы и общественно ориентированные предпочтения: субституты или комплементы? Часть 2

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Во второй части статьи представлены конкретные механизмы влияния экономических стимулов на общественно ориентированные предпочтения и описаны эксперименты, в которых это влияние прослеживается. Показано, что негативное воздействие, как правило, связано не с самими стимулами, а с их восприятием агентами; поэтому для разумного использования стимулов необходимо учитывать возможные эффекты такого восприятия.

Об авторах

С. Боулз
Институт Санта Фе (Нью-Мехико, США), Университет Сиены (Сиена, Италия)

С. Поланья-Рейес
Университет Сиены, Университетский колледж Лондона (Лондон, Великобритания)

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Боулз С., Поланья-Рейес С. Экономические стимулы и общественно ориентированные предпочтения: субституты или комплементы? Часть 2. Вопросы экономики. 2013;(5):73-108.

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Bowles S., Polanía-Reyes S. Economic Incentives and Social Preferences: Substitutes or Complements? Part 2. Voprosy Ekonomiki. 2013;(5):73-108. (In Russ.)

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