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Social preference, institution, and distribution : an experimental and philosophical approach

Natsuka Tokumaru

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タイトル Social preference, institution, and distribution : an experimental and philosophical approach
著者 Natsuka Tokumaru
シリーズ名 Evolutionary economics and social complexity science, volume 3
出版地(国名コード) SG
出版地Singapore
出版社Springer
出版年月日等 [2016]
大きさ、容量等 xii, 165 pages ; 25 cm
注記 表現種別 : text
注記 Includes bibliographical references
ISBN 9789811001369
ISBN 9811001367
ISSN 21984204
LC番号 2015959925
OCLC番号 925497840
ISBN(エラーコード) 9789811001376
部分タイトル Introduction: Applying the experimental method to economic thought: from Adam Smith to Vernon Smith -- Fairness ideals, hidden selfishness, and opportunistic behavior: an experimental approach -- What is "fair" distribution under collaboration?: Evidence from lab experiments -- Income sharing between workers and investors: economic experiments on functional income distribution -- Socially responsible investment: distributive experiment among investors, companies, and society -- From Gedankenexperiment to social economies: Wieser's empiricism and the social sciences -- Conclusion: From behavioral theories to institutional evolution
出版年(W3CDTF) 2016
件名(キーワード) Economics--Psychological aspects
件名(キーワード) Economics--Sociological aspects
件名(キーワード) Human behavior--Economic aspects
件名(キーワード) Economic history
件名(キーワード) Social policy
NDLC DA1
LCC HB74.P8
要約・抄録 "This is the first book to examine behavioral theories on social preference from institutional and philosophical perspectives using economic experiments. The experimental method in economics has challenged central behavioral assumptions based on rationality and selfishness, proposing empirical evidence that not only profit seeking but also social preferences matter in individuals' decision making. By performing distribution experiments in institutional contexts, the author extends assumptions about human behavior to understand actual social economy. The book also aims to enrich behavioral theories of economics directed toward institutional evolution.The author scrutinizes how specific institutional conditions enhance or mute individuals' selfish incentives or their fairness ideals such as egalitarian, performance-based, labor-value radicalism or libertarianism. From experimental results and their analysis, implications for actual problems in social economy and institutional change are derived: why performance-based pay often fails to promote workers' productivity; why labor wages decline whereas shareholder's values increase after financialization; and whether socially responsible investment can be a social institution for corporate governance.The book is also addressed to philosophers of social sciences interested in how experimental methods can contribute to developing cognition of human behaviors and be extended to social theories. Referring to behavioral theorists in the history of economic thought, the author discusses the meanings of experiments in the methodology of social sciences. She also proposes new ways of interpreting experimental results by reviving historic social theories and applying them to actual social problems."--Publisher's Web site
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資料の種別 図書
言語(ISO639-2形式) eng : English

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