Public Goods Game

In the continuous public goods game, subjects are provided an endowment and decide any portion to allocate to the public good, and the remaining amount is kept for themselves. The group contributions in the public pool are multiplied by a factor (greater than one and less than the number of players, N) and it is divided among players, regardless of the players contributions. In the step level public goods game, subjects are provided an endowment and decide any portion of the endowment to allocate to the public good, and the remaining amonut is kept for themselves. The group contributions to the public pool are multiplied by a factor and it is divided among players (regardless of their contributions) only if a certain threshold (provision point) is met

Public Goods Game

In the continuous public goods game, subjects are provided an endowment and decide any portion to allocate to the public good, and the remaining amount is kept for themselves. The group contributions in the public pool are multiplied by a factor (greater than one and less than the number of players, N) and it is divided among players, regardless of the players contributions. In the step level public goods game, subjects are provided an endowment and decide any portion of the endowment to allocate to the public good, and the remaining amonut is kept for themselves. The group contributions to the public pool are multiplied by a factor and it is divided among players (regardless of their contributions) only if a certain threshold (provision point) is met